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Small Arms Survey 2003

The Small Arms Survey 2003: Development Denied presents the most complete assessment of the spread of small arms around the world and their effect on society. Stressing the link between small arms and global development, it includes special chapters examining the role of small arms in Africa (Congo), the Arab world (Yemen) and the former-Soviet Union (Georgia).

   

About the Small Arms Survey Project

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About the Small Arms Survey 2003

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Introduction

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Chapter 1. Workshops and Factories: Products and Producers

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Chapter 2. Fewer Blanks: Global Firearms Stockpiles

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Chapter 3. Insights and Mysteries: Global Small Arms Transfers

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Chapter 4. Obstructing Development: The Effects of Small Arms on Human Development

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Chapter 5. Living with Weapons: Small Arms in Yemen

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Chapter 6. Dangerous Supply: Small Arms and Conflict in the Republic of Georgia

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Chapter 7. Moving from Words to Actions: Small Arms Norms

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Chapter 8. Making the Difference?: Weapon Collection and Small Arms Availability in the Republic of Congo

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Chapter 9. Talking about Disarmament: The Role of Small Arms in Peace Processes

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Index

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