Other publications

Arms Trade Treaty assistance: identifying a role for the European Union

Mark Bromley and Paul Holtom
EU Non-proliferation Consortium Discussion Paper
February 2014
Available here

Serious About Regulating Arms Exports? Donate Here

Paul Holtom and Erwin van Veen
IPI Global Observatory
20 June 2013
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Next Steps for the Arms Trade Treaty: Securing Early Entry Into Force

Paul Holtom and Mark Bromley
Arms Control Today
June 2013
Available here

Major recipients today, major suppliers tomorrow?

Tilman Brück and Paul Holtom
Arms Trade Treaty Monitor, no. 6.3,
20 March 2013, pp. 4-5
Available here

Implementing the Arms Trade Treaty: Reporting International Arms Transfers
Elli Kytömäki, Paul Holtom and Mark Bromley
UNIDIR Resources
2012
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Prohibiting Arms Transfers to Non-State Actors and the Arms Trade Treaty 

Paul Holtom 
UNIDIR Resources
2012
Available here

Quels sont les impact potentiels d'un traité sur le commerce des armes?
Paul Holtom

Diplomatie, no. 58, September-October 2012, pp. 55-6

The UN Arms Trade Treaty: arms export controls, the human security agenda and the lessons of history
Mark Bromley, Neil Cooper, Paul Holtom

International Affairs, vol. 88, no. 5, 2012, pp. 1029-1048

Prosecuting Illicit Arms Brokers: Improving the European Record
Mark Bromley

International Relations and Security Network - ETH Zurich
4 September 2012
Available here

The UN Conference on an Arms Trade Treaty: No Treaty…Yet? 

Paul Holtom 
IPI Global Observatory
16 August 2012
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European Union arms export control outreach activities in Eastern and South Eastern Europe 

Paul Holtom and Ivana Micic
Non-Proliferation Papers No. 14 
April 2012
Available here

Vad är syftet med nya kriterier? [What is the purpose of the new criteria?]

Mark Bromley
Svenska Dagbladet
13 March 2012
Available here

The Review of the EU Common Position on Arms Exports: Prospects For Strengthened Controls

Mark Bromley
Non-Proliferation Consortium no. 7
January 2012
Available here

Internal Compliance Programmes
Paul Holtom, Mark Bromley and Lucie Béraud-Sudreau
SEESAC 
October 2011
Available here

The EU common position on arms exports and national export control policies

Mark Bromley
Flemish Peace Institute 
15 September 2011
Available here

The Development of National and Regional Reports on Arms Exports in the EU and South Eastern Europe
Mark Bromley
SEESAC
1 September 2011
Available here

Historisk möjlighet att inrätta vapenhandelsfördrag [Historical opportunity to create and arms trade treaty]
Paul Holtom and Mark Bromley
SVT Debatt
11 July 2011
Available here

Conventional strategic military capabilities in the Middle East
Pieter D. Wezeman
EU Non-Proliferation Consortium
6 July 2011
Available here

The International Arms Trade by Rachel Stohl and Suzette Grillot
Book review by Paul Holtom
Global Policy
Vol. 2, No. 2, May 2011, pp. 237-238

Halte au cynisme! Il faut un commerce des armes plus responsable [Stop the cynicism! We need a more responsible arms trade]

Bates Gill and Pieter Wezeman
Le Monde
20 April 2011
Available here

Världen får inte blunda för sitt ansvar för våldet i Libyen [The world must not ignore its responsibility for the violence in Libya]
Bates Gill and Pieter Wezeman
Dagens Nyheter
7 April 2011
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Arms Brokering Controls in the Americas and a Future ATT
Mark Bromley
UNIDIR Resources
April 2011
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Неиссякаемый поток: международные трансферты подержанных вооружений и военной техники [The neverending flow: international transfers of used arms and military equipment]
Paul Holtom and Lucie Beraud-Sudreau
Eksport vooruzheniy, no. 2
March-April 2011
Available here

Arms exports to Sudan
Paul Holtom and Pieter Wezeman
Written evidence submitted for The House of Lords’ EU Sub-Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Development Policy inquiry into the European Union’s Conflict Prevention Role in Sudan
March 2011
Available here

Commentary on Liegis article: First, the EU should dust-off the consultation mechanisms it already has.
Mark Bromley and Paul Holtom
Europe's World
Spring 2011
Available here

Tanki augusta: Sbornik statei [Tanks of August: A collection of articles]
Book review by Paul Holtom 
The Journal of Slavic Military Studies
Vol. 23, No. 4, 2010, pp. 713-716

The International Arms Trade: Difficult to Define, Measure, and Control
Paul Holtom and Mark Bromley
Arms Control Today
July/August 2010
Available here

Arms modernization in Latin America
Mark Bromley and Inigo Guevara
in Adrew T. H. Tan (ed.) 'The Global Arms Trade: A Handbook'
(Routledge, UK; London, 2010), pp. 166-177

Nothing to report: The lost promise of the UN Register of Conventional Arms
Paul Holtom
Contemporary Security Policy
vol. 31, no. 1, April 2010, pp. 61-87

Russian arms transfers to North Africa: Fuelling an arms race?
Paul Holtom
RIA-Novosti
15 March 2010
Available here

Implementation of the EU Common Position on the Control of Arms Brokering
Paul Holtom
Belgrad: SEESAC
2009
Available here

The Control of Air Transportation of Small Arms and Light Weapons and Munitions: A Comparative Study of National Systems Utilised in the European Union
Mark Bromley et al.
Study no EPMES 2008/012
May 2009
Available here

Arms: Weathering the Crisis
Mark Bromley and Paul Holtom
ISN Security Watch
15 May 2009
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Russia’s search for new arms markets in South America
Mark Bromley and Paul Holtom
RIA-Novosti
27 April 2009
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Towards a Common, Restrictive EU Arms Export Policy? The Impact of the EU Code of Conduct on Major Conventional Arms Exports
Mark Bromley and Michael Brzoska
European Foreign Affairs Review
Vol. 13 No. 3, 2008

Combatting the illicit trade in small arms and light weapons
Paul Holtom
SIPRI Update Essay
July/August 2008
Available here

Serbia: Choosing between Profit and Security
Hugh Griffiths
Contemporary Security Policy
Vol. 29, No. 1, 2008

Ukraine: Coping with Post-Soviet Legacies
Hugh Griffiths and Aaron Karp
Contemporary Security Policy
Vol. 29, No. 1, 2008

The beginning of the end for deliveries of Russian major conventional weapons to China
Paul Holtom
RIA-Novosti
31 March 2008
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From scandals to scrutiny? The role of public transparency in improving Ukraine’s image as a responsible arms exporter
Mark Bromley and Paul Holtom
Security and Nonproliferation
no 21, 2007, pp; 28-32

UAVS and UCAVS: Developments in the European Union
Siemon Wezeman
European Parliament, Policy Department External Policies
November 2007
Available here

An Assessment of the Baltic States Contribution to EU Efforts to Prevent Proliferation and Combat Illicit Arms Trafficking
Paul Holtom, David Brown and Alistair Shepherd (eds.)
The Security Dimensions of EU Enlargement: Challenges for the 21st Century
(Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2007), pp. 99-114

The Europeanisation of Arms Exports Policy in the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Poland
Mark Bromley and Michael Brzoska
European Security
Vol. 16 No. 2, 2007

Guns, Planes, Ships: Identification and Disruption of Clandestine Arms Transfers
Hugh Griffiths and Adrian Wilkinson
South Eastern and Eastern Europe Clearinghouse for the Control of Small Arms and Light Weapons (SEESAC), United Nations Development Program, 2007

Trans-national Organized Crime: Identifying and Tackling a Growing Threat
Hugh Griffiths
Peace & Conflict Monitor, United Nations University for Peace
March 2007

Small Arms Production in Russia
Paul Holtom, Saferworld Report
March 2007
Available here

 

The New Transporters of Weapons of Mass Destruction
Hugh Griffiths
Peace & Conflict Monitor, United Nations University for Peace
February 2007

 

Bosnia's political landmines: A call for socially responsible and conflict sensitive mine action
Hugh Griffiths and Matthew Bolton
Landmine Action, London, 2007

The AK-47: the world's favourite killing machine
Hugh Griffiths and Oliver Sprague
Control Arms, Oxfam GB
2006
Available here

Chapter 8 - Brokering a covert arms supply operation in 'Dead on Time - arms transportation, brokering and the threat to human rights'
Hugh Griffiths
Amnesty International
2006
Available here

An Assessment of Operation Safe Place
Paul Holtom
Connections: The Quarterly Journal, Vol. V, No. 2, Fall 2006, pp. 111-120

The Baltic States, Arms Brokers and Diversions of Arms
Paul Holtom, Lithuanian Annual Strategic Review 2004 (Vilnius: Lithuanian Military Academy and University of Vilnius, 2005), pp. 99-112. [Published in Lithuanian as: ‘Baltijos Valstybės: Ginklų Prekybos Tarpininkai ir Nelegalus Ginklų Gabenimas’, Lietuvos Metinė Strateginė Apžvalga 2004 (Vilnius: Lietuvos Karo Akademija and Vilniaus Universiteto, 2005), pp. 111-25].

CBMs in Latin America and the Effect of Arms Acquisitions by Venezuela
Mark Bromley and Catalina Perdomo
Real Instituto Elcano Working Paper No. 41
September 2005
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Cluster Weapons: Necessity or Convenience?
Reinhilde Weidacher, Siemon Wezeman, and Micha Hostelle
Pax Christi Netherlands
June 2005
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Smoking Guns: Cigarette Smuggling into the European Union during the 1990s
Hugh Griffiths
Global Crime, Vol. 1. Nos. 1.2, 2005

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