U.N. Treaty Takes Tougher Stance On Arms Transfers
The U.N. General Assembly on April 2 overwhelmingly approved a new Arms Trade Treaty that is supposed to demand more accountability of nations over their foreign transfers and sales of light weapons, missiles, tanks and even ships to suspected terrorists, criminals and other groups under widespread...
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