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Disarmament and the conversion of arms industries to civil production

Disarmament and the conversion of arms industries to civil production

a review of possibilities and experiences in Western Europe.

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Published by Gunter Kopke in Bruxelles .
Written in English


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ContributionsEuropean Trade Union Institute.
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vi Small Arms Survey Special Report Pézard and Florquin Small Arms in Burundi vii 13 Small Arms and Light Weapons Production in Eastern, Central, and Southeast Europe, by Yudit Kiss, October , ISBN 14 Securing Haiti’s Transition: Reviewing Human Insecurity and the Prospects for Disarmament, Demobilization, and Reintegration, by Robert Muggah. Get this from a library! Thinking outside the box in multilateral disarmament and arms control negotiations. [John Borrie; Vanessa Martin Randin; United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research.;] -- Success in multilateral disarmament and arms control negotiations has been scarce in recent years. There is need for new approaches -- to "think outside the box"--In order to make them work.

1 A good survey of the disarmament literature of this period can be found in Tate, Merze, The Disarmament Illusion: The Movement for a Limitation of Armaments to , New York, 2 White, . (“The American civil war. Arms and Equipment of the Civil War Essay”, n.d.) and different organizations and different industries place different importance on the attributes (Sonmat, ). German rearmament started after Hitler left Geneva Disarmament Conference, declaring that as the po 7 Pages ( words).

This paper discusses the problems associated with converting the arms industries of Czechoslovakia, Hungary, and Poland to civilian production and the potential role for the West in assisting in the process. Arms production in Czechoslovakia has been located largely in the region of Slovakia, home to one-third of the Czech population. Arms race and conversion from military to civilian economy. Moscow: General Editorial Board for Foreign Publications, Nauka Publishers, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Rachik Artashesovich Faramazi︠a︡n.


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According to one estimate, at least 1, companies in more than 90 countries are involved in some aspect of SALW production. Small Arms Survey, “Continuity and Change: Products and Producers,” Small Arms Survey Rights at Risk (Oxford: Oxford University Press, ), p.

Arms Industry Limited signals the new agenda of the industry that produces weapons. Disarmament and the conversion of arms industries to civil production book boom period for the arms industry, nurtured for over forty years by the cold war, is over.

While arms-producing companies have experienced previous declines, they were short term and were reversed by the next cycle of massive arms buildups. Today, it would be unrealistic to predict a repeat of the cyclical.

Order this book Arms Industry Limited signals the new agenda of the industry that produces weapons. The boom period for the arms industry, nurtured for over forty years by the cold war, is over. While arms-producing companies have experienced previous declines, they were short term and were reversed by the next cycle of massive arms buildups.

Steven Schofield completed a doctorate on arms conversion at the University of Bradford and was co-founder of the Project on Demilitarisation. He has published widely on disarmament and on economic regeneration issues. This report was made possible by the financial assistance of the Trust for Research & Education on the Arms Trade.

Focusing disarmament and arms control efforts on all weapons not considered WMD, including small arms and light weapons (SALW).

Production and Stockpiling of Bacteriological (Biological) and. Bonn International Center for Conversion, Conversion Survey Global Disarmament, Demilitarization and Demobilization (Oxford University Press, ).

Kevin Cassidy and Gregory Bischak, eds., Real Security: Converting the Defense Economy and Building Peace (State University of New York Press, ). The studies show how military strategy, planned forces, and the age of systems in the current inventory affect the domestic demand for new production; how the recent drop in domestic demand affects arms industries; and the extent to which governments and firms in the arms-producing nations are turning to exports to sustain the the shrinking arms market of the post-Cold War era.

Abstract. Even before the end of the cold war, the study of the arms industry in developing nations was ill-attended to.

It was, and still is, more fashionable to study military expenditure and their impact on economic development and growth in general rather than to study developing nations’ arms industry. relation to the production, exchange and use of arms, for they are at the very heart of national security.

The core of the international law enforcement system is the UN Security Council. Roles played by the UN In relation to disarmament and arms control, the United Nations plays three linked but.

Key developments in the arms industry, Chapter: Arms production and military services Source: SIPRI Yearbook Author(s): Aude Fleurant.

The sales of arms and military services by the SIPRI Top —the world’s largest arms producing and military services companies outside China, ranked by their arms sales—have been decreasing since their peak inalthough the pace.

General Overviews. No historian has as yet produced a broad history of arms control and disarmament that can be described as comprehensive.

Berkowitz and Burns purport to provide this range, but they are not derived from deep historical research and give short shrift to large swathes of history. FreedmanGrayand Mueller deliver powerful arguments about the general. The international nongovernmental organization Mayors for Peace has members from more than 7, cities worldwide.

8 Each year for the last dozen years, the U.S. Conference of Mayors has adopted a resolution in support of nuclear disarmament, arms control, and reductions in military spending and the redirection of such resources to meeting the.

Peace and disarmament is becoming a question of survival for people and for the planet. - Reduce excessive and destructive arms production and convert to civil production. - Intensify independent research on how to get rid of waste from the nuclear arms industry and. If you combine the strength of its arms industry with its civil industry, “Germany could soon be mass-producing tanks and other military vehicles instead of cars,” we explained in “Forging a Superpower,” from the April Trumpet issue.

Rheinmetall today operates in 21 countries and is the 10th-largest weapons manufacturer in Europe. Francesco Vignarca is National Coordinator for Rete Italiana per il Disarmo (Italian Network for Disarmament) and has worked in the field of peace and disarmament since In this context he has been dealing with the issues of military expenses, private defense companies, armaments trade control, military industry re-conversion, and others.

What if the church could take the lead in calling for the conversion of arms industries to non-military production while advocating for full and just protection of workers' rights during the. Disarmament Affairs-- “Women vote, they organize, they network even across national borders, they donate, they investigate, they publish, they win elections and they write laws.

In short, they have the capacity to do all that is needed to convert the goals of disarmament and arms. Humanitarian arms control initiatives Chapter: 9. Conventional arms control and military confidence building Source: SIPRI Yearbook Author(s): Ian Anthony. During the main issue for the parties to the Certain Conventional Weapons (CCW) Convention was the possibility of extending the treaty to cover the use, transfer and clearance obligations for mines other than anti.

Disarmament, demobilisation and reintegration (DDR), or disarmament, demobilisation, repatriation, reintegration and resettlement (DDRRR) are applied strategies for executing successful peacekeeping operations, and is generally the strategy employed by all UN Peacekeeping Operations following civil wars.

Disarmament entails the physical removal of the means of combat from ex-belligerents. Historical Dictionary of Arms Control and Disarmament provides a historical review of key themes and issues in international security and arms control, focusing on efforts in the 20th century to control the spread and use of armaments and to prevent war.

This book summarizes the rich and proud traditions of arms control and disarmament, their critical role in ensuring a non-catastrophic. The economics of defense or defense economics is a subfield of economics, an application of the economic theory to the issues of military defense.

It is a relatively new field. An early specialized work in the field is the RAND Corporation report The Economics of Defense in the Nuclear Age by Charles J.

Hitch and Roland McKean (, also published as a book).Arms Trade & Conversion of Arms Industries The arms industry is a massive global industry and business which manufacturers and sells weapons and military technology and equipment.

Defense companies produce arms mainly for the armed forces of States.THE IMPORTANCE OF ARMS INDUSTRIES between arms industries and the military, comprising a nation’s armed forces in the form of armies, navies and air forces. Armed forces buy arms as inputs into their “production” of defence outputs in the form of peace, protection and security.

Arms industries supply weapons to armed forces both.