Just over a year ago, I wrote an article, ‘Who is arming the Yemen war? (And is anyone planning to stop)’, surveying arms supplies to the conflict parties. This article updates the information with the latest available data, including the most recent edition of the SIPRI Arms Transfers Database, released on Monday 11 March.Continue Reading →
August’s WPF Employees of the Month are “borders”, or more specifically, hard, closed, national borders.
The borders between US states, marking the passage from one jurisdiction to another, are not […]Continue Reading →
For the seventh consecutive year, SIPRI’s data on military expenditure worldwide shows ‘not much change’ in the world total – but many of the signs point to a renewed surge […]Continue Reading →
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