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UEMS Publications and Further Resources

Small Arms Survey Publications

  • Sustainable Stockpile Management in Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Role of EUFOR Mobile Training Team for Weapons and Ammunition Management, by Jovana Carapic, Prasenjit Chaudhuri, and Pierre Gobinet, October 2016. Working Paper No. 24.

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  • Facilitating PSSM Assistance in the Sahel and Beyond: Introducing the PSSM Priorities Matrix, December 2016. Issue Brief No. 18 (also available in French).

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  • Unplanned Explosions at Munitions Sites (UEMS): Excess Stockpiles as Liabilities rather than Assets, edited by Eric G. Berman and Pilar Reina, June 2014. Handbook No. 3

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  • Taking Stock of Excess Stockpiles: UEMS in South-east Europe, May 2014. Research Note No. 41, Measures and Programmes (also available in BCMS and Bulgarian).

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  • Costs and Consequences: Unplanned Explosions and Demilitarization
    in South-east Europe
    , by Jasna Lazarević, a joint publication of the Regional Approach for Stockpile Reduction, the US Department of State's Office of Weapons Removal and Abatement, and the Small Arms Survey, November 2012. Special Report No. 18.

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  • Blue Skies and Dark Clouds: Kazakhstan and Small Arms, by Nicolas Florquin, Dauren Aben, and Takhmina Karimova, May 2012. Occasional Paper No. 29 (also available in Kazakh and Russian; Executive Summary available in English, Kazakh, and Russian)

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  • Significant Surpluses: Weapons and Ammunition Stockpiles in South-east Europe, by Pierre Gobinet, a joint publication of the Regional Approach for Stockpile Reduction, the US Department of State’s Office of Weapons Removal and Abatement, and the Small Arms Survey, December 2011. Special Report No. 13

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  • Scraping the Barrel: The Trade in Surplus Ammunition, April 2011. Issue Brief No. 2.

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  • Surplus Arms in South America: A Survey, by Aaron Karp, a study by the Small Arms Survey in cooperation with the Conflict Analysis Resource Center (CERAC), August 2009. Working Paper No. 7 (also available in Spanish and Portuguese)

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  • The Politics of Destroying Surplus Small Arms - Inconspicuous Disarmament, edited by Aaron Karp, published by Routledge, July 2009.

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  • Conventional Ammunition in Surplus: A Reference Guide, edited by James Bevan, co-published with BICC, FAS, GRIP, and SEESAC with support from the German Federal Foreign Office, January 2008.

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Other Publications

  • Berman, Eric and Pilar Reina. 2012. 'Unplanned Explosions at Munitions Sites: Concerns and Consequences', in The Journal of ERW and Mine Action. Issue 16.2, July.

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  • United States Department of State, Bureau of Political–Military Affairs. 2012. Dangerous Depots: The Growing Humanitarian Problem Posed by Aging and Poorly Maintained Munitions Storage Sites. Washington: US Department of State.

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  • Berman, Eric G., Pierre Gobinet and Pilar Reina. 2011. Dangerous Stockpiles: Unplanned Explosions' High Costs, in NATO Review.

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  • North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). 2010. Manual of NATO Safety Principles for the Storage of Military Ammunition and Explosives. Brussels: NATO. 

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  • South Eastern and Eastern Europe Clearinghouse for the Control of Small Arms and Light Weapons (SEESAC). 2007. Ammunition and Explosives Storage and Safety. RMDS/G 05.40, 5th edn. Belgrade: SEESAC.

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  • Regional Centre on Small Arms and Light Weapons (RECSA). 2005. Best Practice Guidelines for the Implementation of the Nairobi Declaration and the Nairobi Protocol on Small Arms and Light Weapons. Nairobi: RECSA

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