Targeting Armed Violence: Implications of Localized Efforts to Control Small Arms Proliferation and Misuse in the Former Yugoslavia.

Chankin-Gould, Sarah.


  • Abstract: Small arms and light weapons are ubiquitous weapons of war. Their influence is felt daily around the world and they have increasingly garnered international attention. Concurrent with efforts to develop broad-based international regimes, a bottom-up approach has emerged that is focused on localized armed violence reduction through the means of addressing a myriad of small arms problems ... read more
This object is in collection Creator department Thesis Type Genre Permanent URL
Component ID:
To Cite:
TARC Citation Guide    EndNote