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Drone killings: a result of our animal instincts?

Or are they a mechanism that allows people to bypass a natural aversion to killing? Syed Hamad Ali investigates.

Filed in: Arms Pakistan Terrorism United States

Clear Sri Lankan landmines now!

Libby Powell is with the Mines Advisory Group who are teaching children perhaps their most important lesson: mine awareness.

Filed in: Arms Sri Lanka

Podcast: Dinyar Godrej on the arms industry

The New Internationalist co-editor speaks about the growth of military spending in an age of austerity.

Filed in: Arms

Arms trade infographic

The ‘war on terror’ saw the west splurge its peace dividend in a frenzy of arms spending. Check out some astonishing facts and figures…

Filed in: Arms Military

The clout of the arms industry

The arms trade tends to have the government’s ear. Why, wonders Dinyar Godrej, when it is so counter-productive?

Filed in: Arms Military Trade

The shadow world: corruption in the arms trade

Andrew Feinstein examines the corrupt networks of arms deals.

Filed in: Arms South Africa Trade

Our pal, Qadafi, or: a lesson in hypocrisy

The British government may have condemned him in the end, but only after years of supplying him with weapons, writes Nicholas Gilby.

Filed in: Arms Libya

The DSEi arms fair: merchants of death go shopping

From 13 to 16 September some 25,000 delegates will visit Britain’s largest arms fair. It’s a big, and decidedly dirty, business.

Filed in: Arms

Nuclear weapons - the facts

There are over 27,000 nuclear weapons in the world. Thousands are deployed on land, at sea and in the air, posing the constant threat of nuclear war and radioactive contamination.

Filed in: Arms Nuclear Weapons

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Talking warheads

What are the West’s weapons actually for? asks Paul Rogers.

Filed in: Arms Conflict Nuclear Power Nuclear Weapons Peace

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