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The Arms Trade Treaty
Recognizing the legitimate political, security, economic and commercial interests of States in the ... Prevent, Combat and Eradicate the Illicit Trade in Small Arms and Light Weapons in. All Its Aspects, as well as the ... and children, account for the vast majority of those adversely affected by armed conflict and armed violence, ...
Global Economic Prospects - June 2017 - Arm's Length Trade: A
Arm's-Length Trade: A Source of Post-Crisis Trade Weakness. Trade growth has slowed sharply since the global financial crisis. Based on U.S. trade data, ... arm's -length trade depends more heavily than intra-firm trade on sectors with rapid pre -crisis growth that boosted arm's- ..... Journal of Political Economy 112 (3):.
The United States and the International Arms Trade
trade by researchers. In no other sector of economic activity do the traditionally separate academic disciplines of “security studies” and “international political economy” intersect more than in the production of .... 9 weapons. States can choose to arm, which results in a more reliable improvement in security, or rely on allies ...
Proliferation of Advanced Weaponry: Threat to Stability
Dr. Keller is the author of. The Myth of the Global Corporation and Arm in Arm: The Political Economy of the Global. Arms Trade. Janne E. Nolan is director of international programs at the Century Foundation and teaches in the National Security Studies Program at Georgetown University. She previ- ously was a senior fellow ...
Government 683: US Foreign Policy in Comparative Perspective
Eric Lipton, “U.S. Arms Sales Rising Sharply,” NYT 9-14-08, + 2013 update. • William W. Keller, Arm in Arm: The Political Economy of the Global Arms Trade,. 8 - 15, 84-94. (Institutional reasons for increased US weapons sales). • Michael Byers, War Law, 2-11, 127-35. • Matthew Evangelista, Law, Ethics, and the War on ...
Economic and Social Consequences of Military Expenditures
adversely affecting global socio-economic options, because its very continuation presupposes conflict and ... Experts on the Economic and Social Consequences of the Arms Race and of Mili tary. Expenditures, which was .... armed forces become a factor of decisive weight in internal politics. Mili.tary priorities may also exert ...
8 The global arms trade and the diffusion of militarism
with special attention to the impact of the global arms trade on the militarization of developing states and on those .... and all forms of armed conflict amount to militarism, this is a big omission. Second, my discussion will .... The international political economy of militarization in the developing world can be understood, in part, ...
The Defence Industry, Investors and the Arms Trade Treaty
Dec 12, 2014 ... 1 According to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI), 'the total value of the global arms trade in 2011 [last year for which data were ... 1, Art. 1); and '[N]othing in the present Charter shall impair the inherent right of individual or collective self-defence if an armed attack occurs against a ...
Monitoring and Reporting Methods Under an Arms Trade Treaty
Exports: Subsidies and Offsets.” Testimony to the US Congress, May 23, 1995; Keller, W. W. Arm in arm , the political economy of the global arms trade. New York, Basic Books, 1995 (Chapter 2, 41-46;. Chapter 4, 134-144); Hartung, W.D., Welfare for Weapons Dealers: The Hidden Costs of the Arms Trade. New York, World ...
normative political theory, we will also briefly explore the possibilities that the politicization of intra-firm trade opens for applying democratic norms in the governance of global economy. Keywords: Transfer pricing, transnational corporations, intra-firm trade, arm's-length principle, economic planning. 1. Introduction.
ECONOMIC FACTORS AFFECTING THE THIRD WORLD ARMS
The neglect given by economic researchers to third world arms trade is somewhat surprising. .... The Political Economy of Latin American Military Expenditurer, Lexington, MA: Lexington. Books, 1986. See also the .... See for example, Brzoska, Michael, and Ohlson, Thomas (eds), Arm: Production in the. Third World ...
China and the Arms Trade Treaty
May 1, 2014 ... (June 2010), and co-editor with Jan Selby of Militarism and International Relations: Political Economy, Security, Theory, published by Routledge (August 2012). She has published on the international arms trade and arms control, NGO activism and global civil society, and academic activism, in Conflict ...
Arms Transfer Policies and International Security: the Case of
'Arms sales are far more than an economic occurrence, a military ... Very few countries – notably Costa Rica, Panama and Iceland – have chosen not to arm themselves. Even traditionally neutral countries such as Sweden and ..... But experience suggests that the political value of arms sales in global politics can be .
“Machine gun”). Primitive submarines appeared during the US Civil War (1860– 1866); tanks and weaponized planes during WW I; and land mines, nuclear bombs ..... Keller WW (1995) Arm in arm: the political economy of the arms trade. Basic Books, New York. Market Research Media (2017) U.S. Federal Cybersecurity.
Democracies, Politics and Arms Supply
tional weapons (MCW), and investigates whether changes in political conditions impact the quantity of MCW supplied to ... countries: since 1990, armed conflicts have cost Africa around 300 US$ billion, which is equivalent to ... political science scholars. The economic papers on arms trade are not very numerous, and most.
The Arms Trade Treaty
Jul 9, 2007 ... by the unwavering dissent of a few countries. Second, regional agreements on the arms trade be- gan to spread in the late 1990s, establishing a political basis for seeking more global standards within the. United Nations. Beginning in 1998 with the EU Code of Conduct on Arms Exports7 and the Economic.
World Military Expenditures and Arms Transfers, 2015 edition
arms transfers, armed forces, and related economic data for each country of the world. Comments ... spreadsheet workbook containing eight "world pages" ( pages of global scope) and 170 country pages; ... exports of major suppliers to individual countries, geographic, economic and political groups of countries, and the ...
The Arms Trade as Illiberal Trade Ann Markusen Senior Fellow
May 10, 2001 ... “Offsets in the International Marketplace: An Aerospace. Industry View.” In Charles Wessner, ed. Trends and Challenges in. Aerospace Offsets. Washington, DC: National Academy Press: 158-66. Keller, William. 1995. Arm in Arm: The Political Economy of the Global Arms. Trade. New York: Basic Books.
Arms Export Controls and Proliferation
Arms Export Controls and Proliferation. PAUL LEVINE. RON SMITH. Department of Economics. University of Surrey. Given that there are a relatively small number of suppliers of major ... culating the economic and political benefits and costs of the arms trade is difficult ... The suppliers also have global security interests (e.g.,.
Changing structure of the arms trade: a social network analysis
Political Science. 8-1-2003. Changing structure of the arms trade: a social network analysis. David Todd Kinsella. Portland State University. Let us know how access to this document benefits you. .... arm's-length contracts (largely unenforceable) among independent firms than they do hierarchical arrangements in which ...