This paper presents a preliminary typology of arms trade intermediaries as encountered in the more than 40 cases of corruption in the compendium.
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Archiving Syria’s Creative Memory
Global Arms Trade and Corruption
Our relaunched Compendium of Arms Trade Corruption details 36 cases of corruption in the global arms trade, and the broader military sector, with key information on the buyers, sellers, the weapons sold, the money that changed hands and the shady intermediaries oiling the wheels and greasing the palms.
Andrew Feinstein: How weapons wound democracy
Compendium of Arms Trade Corruption
WPF's Sam Perlo-Freeman introduces the Compendium on Arms Trade Corruption, a new resource documenting corruption charges in a wide array of cases from around the world.
Alex de Waal on Famine
Alex de Waal discusses some of the main points from his book, Mass Starvation: The History and Future of Famine (Polity 2018).
Myths of the Global Arms Trade
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