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Targeting Ammunition

A Primer

Edited by Stéphanie Pézard and Holger Anders, June 2006

As has frequently been observed, ammunition and weapons are inextricably linked; without the former the latter cannot function. The effective regulation and control of the production, transfer, storage and destruction of ammunition is therefore vital to broader efforts to prevent, reduce and combat uncontrolled or illicit small arms and light weapons (SALW) holdings and flows.

The development of a coherent and informed policy agenda relies on a clear and comprehensive understanding of the scope and nature of the issue at hand. In light of the disparate nature of the attention that ammunition has received to date, there is a clear need to bring together and consolidate the dispersed information available. Only then can the gaps in the normative and policy frameworks be identified and addressed.

   

  • Targeting Ammunition - full report
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  • Ammunition Fact Sheet in French
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  • Ammunition Fact Sheet in French
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  • Ammunition Fact Sheet in German
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  • Introduction - Ammunition of Small Arms and Light Weapons: Understanding the Issues and Addressing the Challenges
    by Owen Greene
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  • Preliminaries: Project Partners, Content, Foreword, Acknowledgements
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  • Chapter 1 - Basic Characteristics of Ammunition: From Handguns to MANPADS, by James Bevan and Stéphanie Pézard
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  • Chapter 2 - Production of Ammunition for Small Arms and Light Weapons, by Holger Anders and Reinhilde Weidacher
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  • Chapter 3 - Buying the Bullet: Authorized Small Arms Ammunition Transfers, by Anne-Kathrin Glatz
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  • Chapter 4 - Deadly Diversions: Illicit Transfers of Ammunition for Small Arms and Light Weapons, by Mike Bourne and Ilhan Berkol
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  • Chapter 5 - Sustaining the Conflict: Ammunition for Attack, by Stéphanie Pézard
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  • Chapter 6 - Crime and Ammunition Procurement: The Case of Brazil, by Pablo Dreyfus
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  • Chapter 7 - Following the Lethal Trail: Identifying Sources of Illicit, by Holder Ander
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  • Chapter 8 - Stockpiles Management of Ammunition, by Adrian Wilkinson
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  • Chapter 9 - The Three Ds: Disposal, Demilitarization, and Destruction of Ammunition, by Adrian Wilkinson
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  • Conclusion, by Holger Anders and Stéphanie Pézard
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