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Small Arms Survey 2002

The Small Arms Survey 2002: Counting the Human Cost includes new and updated information and analysis on global small arms production, stockpiles and legal and illicit transfers, and a review of international, regional and national measures to address the issue of small arms proliferation. The Small Arms Survey is now recognised as the principal international source of impartial and reliable information on all aspects of small arms. Its blend of information and analysis makes it an indispensable resource for policy-makers, officials and non-governmental organisations.

   

About the Small Arms Survey Project

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About the Small Arms Survey 2002

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Introduction

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Chapter 1. A Sick and Dying Industry?: Products and Producers

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Chapter 2. Red Flags and Buicks: Global Firearms Stockpiles

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Chapter 3. The Legal-Illicit Link: Global Small Arms Transfers

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Chapter 4. Caught in the Crossfire: The Humanitarian Impacts of Small Arms

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Chapter 5. Reaching Consensus in New York: The UN 2001 Small Arms Conference

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Chapter 6. Strengthening Controls: Small Arms Measures

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Chapter 7. Changing Attitudes: Weapons Collection and Destruction

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Index

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