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UN member states meet in New York to debate global Arms Trade Treaty amid calls for greater restrictions to stem abuses.
Annual survey points to overall decline in weapons spending and reduction in stockpiles of nuclear weapons.
Weapons norms matter, and are a major reason why despots in the Arab world have not deployed chemical weapons.
We ask why the arms industry has continued to boom despite the global economic crisis.
The top five arms importers are all Asian countries, with India the single largest recipient.
India tops list of largest importers, while exporters continue to sell weapons to strife-prone Middle East, report says.
The negative impact of arms manufacture calls for a closer look at corporate social responsibility.
Growing economies and political tensions led to a 5.8 per cent rise, outpacing North America, Africa and Asia.
Report says New Delhi is pushing to modernise its military in a bid to counter China and gain international clout.
After the latest failed missile defence tests, critics wonder why the US has spent $100bn on the system.
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An in-depth look at Egypt's ongoing political crisis.