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Web Documentary

This web doc provides an interactive access to the key content elements, findings and facts & figures of the Small Arms Survey 2015: Weapons and the World. Text, photography, figures and tables of the volume are complemented by narrated audio segments of the chapter authors and members of the Survey research team. This web doc is based on HMTL5 and is best viewed in up-to-date versions of the Chrome, Firefox or Safari web browsers.

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Every Body Counts

Findings from the Global Burden of Armed Violence 2015: Every Body Counts report presented by Small Arms Survey Programme Director Keith Krause, at the launch at the Maison de la Paix on 11 May 2015. 

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#35: There and Back:
North African Fighters in Syria

More than 20,000 foreign fighters have fought in Syria, mostly for jihadist groups like Islamic State (IS), and North Africa has provided a large portion of these foreign fighters. The Small Arms Survey's Security Assessment in North Africa (SANA) project has investigated the motivations and pathways that take North African fighters to Syria. The Issue Brief There and Back: Trajectories of North African Foreign Fighters in Syria, based on available literature, media reports, and interviews with experts, activists, and Syrians who have lived under the yoke of IS, explores the motivations of North African fighters, including how they were recruited and how they made their way from their home countries to the Syrian battlefields. In this Small Arms Survey podcast, the authors, consultant Laurent Vinatier and Arabic Outreach Coordinator Hasnaa El Jamali, discuss their research and its findings.

Featured photo essay

'Troubled Waters: Somali Piracy'

Somali pirates have a significant presence at sea and on land. This photo essay, from Small Arms Survey 2012: Moving Targets, considers the root causes of Somali piracy and investigates local and international responses.

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