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  • Author:
    Thomas Ohlson
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    0198291248
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    978-0198291244
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    Stockholm International Peace Research Institute; 1 edition (June 30, 1988)
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    280 pages
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Introduction Thomas Ohlson. Part I. Controversies.

Introduction Thomas Ohlson. 1. Third World arms control and world system conflicts Björn Hettne. 2. Third World arms control in a hegemonistic world K. Subrahmanyam. 3. Third World arms control: a Third World responsibility Nicole Ball. 4. Third World arms control, military technology and alternative security Chris Smith. Part II. Supplier control. 8. Problems and prospects of arms transfer limitations among second-tier suppliers: the cases of France, the United Kingdom and the Federal Republic of Germany Frederic S. Pearson. 9. Arms transfer limitations: the case of Sweden Björn Hagelin.

It is a companion to the two SIPRI volumes, Arms Production in the Third World (1986) and Arms Transfers to the Third World 1971-85 (OUP, 1987). Arms Transfer Limitations and Third World Security.

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Start by marking Arms Transfer Limitations And Third World Security as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. In light of recent international attention on the arms trade and its control, this study assesses past efforts, current proposals, and future opportunities to limit the transfer of weapons and military technology to Third World countries.

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oceedings{Ohlson1988ArmsTL, title {Arms transfer limitations and Third World security}, author {Thomas Ohlson}, year {1988} }. Thomas Ohlson. Part 1 Controversies: Third World arms control and world system conflicts Third World arms control in a hegemonistic world Third World arms control - a Third World responsibility Third World arms control, military technology and alternative security. Part 2 Supplier control: US policy on arms transfers to the Third World Soviet arms transfer restraint the conventional arms transfers talks - an experiment in mutual arms trade restraint problems an. ONTINUE READING.

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Ohlson, Thomas (e. (1988) Arms Transfer Limitations and Third World Security, SIPRI. Palme, Olof (1982) Common Security - Report of the Independent Commission on Disarmament and Security Issues (London: Pan Books). Schumacher, Fritz (1974) Small is Beautiful: A Study of Economics as if People Mattered (London: Abacus).

Brzoska, Michael, and Thomas Ohlson, ed. Third-World Military Expenditures and Arms Production.

Brzoska, Michael, and Thomas Ohlson, eds. 1986. Arms Production in the Third World. London: Taylor & Francis. Bueno de Mesquita, Bruce. New York: St. Martin’s Press. Internal and External Factors in Effecting Third World Military Expenditures.

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8 Michael Brozska and Frederic S. Pearson, Arms and Warfare: Escalation, De-Escalation and Negotia-tion (Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 1994).

In light of recent international attention on the arms trade and its control, this study assesses past efforts, current proposals, and future opportunities to limit the transfer of weapons and military technology to Third World countries. The contributors, representing both supplier and recipient nations, consider all the sides of the issue, arguing that attempts at multilateral arms transfer limitations are more likely to succeed when initiated by recipients, and that there is an urgent need for confidence-building measures that will modify attitudes toward security, as well as other issues.