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 Online Newspaper Articles

UK Guardian Article on Mick Ranger:,3858,4656121-108733,00.html

Chinese newspaper report detailing Cambodian cabinet adoption of the draft arms law in May 2002:
 Why is the EU supporting Small Arms Initiatives in Cambodia?
EU ‘Everything but Arms’ trade agreement
EU Trade Commissioner Pascal Lamy backs Cambodia's WTO bid and urges it to make full use of “Everything But Arms”.
Rigged Trade And Not Much Aid: Oxfam criticism on the trade policy of industrialised countries.
Response of the EU to SALW
Council decision of 15 November 2001 for EU ASAC
Presentation by EU Programme Manager on the integrated approach to SALW.
Measures taken by the EU on SALW
Small Arms Survey
Small Arms as a Public Health issue
Small Arms Survey
Document detailing role of women in post conflict including security sector reform and police training in Cambodia
Small Arms Survey list of all EU resolutions
Small arms as public health issue in 1998 – presentation by ICRC staff
Mao Chandara’s speech to UN Conference
Holger Anders’ article for Bradford
EU ASAC Website on delegation page
Decosac Cambodia
IANSA original page
Phnom Penh post article
Report by Henry J. van der Graaf
EU Policy document outlining all EU Disarmament projects
BICC study paper
Websites Related to Small Arms in Cambodia
Peace Art Project Cambodia, Students from the Royal Academy of Fine arts creating sculptures from destroyed weapons. (Recommended)
Working Group for Weapons Reduction
Oxfam Control Arms Campaign
Control Arms Cambodia
Global Arms Trade Dangerously Unregulated: report dated 9 October 2003
General Media Coverage
Small Arms Trade and Proliferation in East Asia: Southeast Asia and the Russian Far-East.
Charities fight 'Real Weapons of Mass Destruction',3367,1430_A_990849_1_A,00.html
US policy and views on SALW
The arms trial of a former Cambodian PM
Cambodian military presently shipping weapons over the Thai border
Rail link Vietnam – Bangkok and Indian fears of being used to transport arms
Chinese newspaper report detailing Cambodian cabinet adoption of the draft arms law in May 2002
Cambodia Institute for Cooperation and Peace
Other links related to small arms control
International consulting firm specialising in SALW, conflict resolution and peace building
The UN Department for Disarmament Affairs (UNDDA):
The South Eastern Europe Clearinghouse for the Control of Small Arms and Light Weapons (SEESAC)
On the link between SALW and development
Tackling Poverty by Reducing Armed Violence
Small Arms control in South Eastern Europe


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