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Ever since the Ukraine crisis commenced, the UK has been in the forefront calling for EU sanctions against arms sales to Russia. In March Britain’s Foreign Secretary said the UK would stop the sale of military equipment
Letters Northern Ireland's lessons for Ukraine Coffins containing the remains of victims of downed Malaysia Airlines flight MH17, during a ceremony at Eindhoven Airbase on 23 July 2014. Photograph: John Thys/AFP/Getty Images It is alarming that
Reuters (undated) The government has decided to permit the export of arms to Chile , reversing a decision by the Labour government to ban arms sales to the regime of General Pinochet, who seized power from an elected government in a right-wing coup.
And yet, in a new message to the masses, the pontiff is making observations that have been made for at least the past couple of years by other observers of the global economy who have been derided as conspiracy theorists: Things are not good, and in
Navy T-45A Goshawk (BuNo 162787) pictured on the assembly line at the McDonnell Douglas facility at Long Beach, California (USA). The United States is the world's leading arms trafficking nation, with $60 billion in arms transfer agreements last year
38 editor Why is Cameron silent on Bahrain's human rights abuses? This issue came up at the British House of Commons January 23 when they debated Sri Lanka's accountability and transparency. Geneva in March against Sri Lanka to launch an
Washington, Jan. 14 (CNA) Richard Bush, a former chairman of the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT), said Tuesday it could be dangerous to set an annual ceiling on U.S. arms sales to Taiwan. "The danger of setting the cap (on arms sales) is it
The government-to-government weapon contracts between the U.S. and India, with no competitive bidding or transparency, are deepening India's import dependency without arming it with a decisive edge. The blossoming of ties with the United States has
Britain's high-profile drive to sell Eurofighter Typhoon combat jets in the Persian Gulf seems to be running into trouble, with the United Arab Emirates reportedly having second thoughts about acquiring as many as 60 of the aircraft. If Emirates'
U.S. arms firms flocking to the Dubai Airshow this week,most of the companies sent chief executives or other senior executives to the Dubai Airshow, with many also visiting other countries in the region . U.S. officials have