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  • Position : Consultant, "Global & Regional Security: New ideas for Russia" Program
  • Affiliation : PIR Center
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Disarming a Dictator

Vadim Kozyulin

The author deals with the issue of curbing uncontrolled proliferation of small arms and light weapons. He analyzes the recent international initiatives, including those launched by the NGO sector, and gives a sceptical overview of their prospects. He suggests four scenarios for the Arms Trade Treaty and pays particular attention to the changes in the position of Russia, which is one of the largest world arms dealers.


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SECURITY INDEX №1 (86), 2008/2009

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