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Small Arms Survey 2015

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Small Arms Survey 2015

The Small Arms Survey 2015: Weapons and the World examines the role of weapons and armed violence in humanity’s appropriation of the earth’s wildlife and mineral riches—in Africa, where the poaching of elephants and rhinos is becoming increasingly militarized, and near resource extraction sites around the world. In addition to presenting updates on the UN small arms process and the top arms importers and exporters, the volume assesses how recent technological developments affect weapons marking, record-keeping, and tracing; reviews small arms flows to Egypt, Libya, and Syria before and after the ‘Arab Spring’; and evaluates a stockpile management initiative in South-east Europe. The ‘armed actors’ section sheds light on the arms and ammunition used by insurgents in northern Mali, the decline of the Forces Démocratiques de Libération du Rwanda, and the use of floating armouries by private security companies in the Indian Ocean. This edition also analyses the conditions that are driving young people to adopt high-risk coping strategies in Burundi.

   

About the Small Arms Survey Project

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About the Small Arms Survey 2015

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Press Release

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Highlights: Key Findings and Chapter Summaries

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Introduction

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Chapter 1. In the Line of Fire: Elephant and Rhino Poaching in Africa

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Chapter 2. Digging for Trouble: Violence and Frontier Urbanization

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Chapter 3. One Meeting after Another: UN Process Update

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Chapter 4. Trade Update: After the ‘Arab Spring’

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  • Annexes 4.1 and 4.2: Major exporters and importers, Download (160.7 KB)
  • Annexe 4.3: Importers and main recipients of shipments from the largest exporters, Download (557.02 KB)
  • Annexe 4.4: Authorized transfers of small arms and light weapons to Egypt, Libya, and Syria, Download (199.67 KB)
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Chapter 5. Less ‘Bang’ for the Buck: Stockpile Management in South-east Europe

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Chapter 6. Expanding Arsenals: Insurgent Arms in Northern Mali

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Chapter 7. Waning Cohesion: The Rise and Fall of the FDLR–FOCA

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Chapter 8. Stockpiles at Sea: Floating Armouries in the Indian Ocean

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Chapter 9. Unprotected: Young People in Post-conflict Burundi

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Index

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