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by Stockholm International Peace Research Institute
Part II. The suppliers of arms to the Third World. 2. The United States.
The independent resource on global security. Part II. 4. The United Kingdom. 6. The People's Republic of China. Part III. The recipients of arms in the Third World. 8. The Indian Sub-Continent. 9. The Middle East and North Africa. 10. Sub-Saharan Africa and South Africa. 12. Domestic defence production in Third World countries. Part IV. Control of the arms trade. 13. Proposals concerning the arms trade. Arms transfers and military spending.
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The Arms Trade With T. .This study brings together all the political, economic and military dimensions of the trade in weapons with third world countries. A study of the arms trade is crucial not merely because this is the route by which stocks of weapons in the third world are built up. It is also one important means by which the competition between rich countries is extended throughout the This study brings together all the political, economic and military dimensions of the trade in weapons with third world countries.
International Socialism, June 1975. The Arms Trade with the Third World. THIS IS a revised and updated (to 1972) version of SIPRI’s 1971 study of weapons trading by the USSR, USA, UK, China and France. From International Socialism, N. 9, June 1975, . 0. Transcribed & marked up by by Einde O’Callaghan for ETOL. Many of the more detailed tables of the original publication have been omitted and, at a pound, the book is expensive. That said, why read it now?
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Expenditures and Arms Transfers database, I argue that the Chinese arms transfer regime has evolved through three phases. In Phase One, China used gifts of arms to compete with the Soviet Union and to expand influence among Third World countries. In Phase Two, China used arms exports mainly to assist national developmental projects.
8 billion with the US taking the lead among global sellers. Continuing and rising threat perceptions drive South Korea’s acquisitions of military equipment, and it is increasingly turning to its own arms industry to supply its demand for weapons.
Koshkin believes the increased demand for Russian arms and military equipment is quite logical especially following its victory in Syria over Daesh (ISIS/ISIL), the largest terrorist organization in the world.
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