This category is for sites covering issues concerning the international arms trade.

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Campaign Against Arms Trade - CAAT
Campaigns for the reduction and ultimate abolition of the international arms trade and the UK's role in it as a leading arms exporter. News, reports, information, newsletter, events diary, and suggestions for activism.
Coalition to Oppose the Arms Trade - COAT
National organization educating around Canada's arms trade and working towards conversion and peace issues. Includes articles, events, quarterly magazine, and contact information.
European Network Against Arms Trade - ENAAT
International coalition working against the arms trade. Includes publications, news, and reports from European countries and the EU.
Global Black-Market Arms Trade Should Be Next Target of NGOs
Article from the Federation of American Scientists advocating a campaign to curb world-wide illicit arms trafficking in small arms and light weapons.
The Guardian - Arms Trade
Collected news, analysis and commentary on the international arms trade and international efforts to regulate it.
The New York Times - Arms Control and Limitation and Disarmament
Collection of recent and archived news and commentary, photos, multimedia and selected web resources.
The New York Times - Topics: Arms Trade
Collection of recent and archived news and commentary, photos, multimedia and selected web resources.
Norwegian Initiative on Small Arms Transfer (NISAT)
Aims to reduce the proliferation of small arms where they are likely to produce conflict, violence and human rights abuses. Contains searchable export/import database, publications, and arms transfer documentation.
UNODA - The Arms Trade Treaty
UN treaty regulating the international trade in conventional arms, from small arms to battle tanks, combat aircraft and warships. The goal is to stop arms flows to conflict regions, human rights abusers, violators of the law of war, warlords, pirates and gangs.
Wall Street Journal - Arms Control
News articles and commentary relating to the topic.
High-Caliber Carnival
With Middle East and Asian arms sales off, international arms makers head south to the Americas. Article from Mother Jones. (July 01, 1999)
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