Arms for the poor: trading in death
The World Bank has recently begun to point out the cost to Third World development programs of a continuing high level of military expenditure and global arms transfers. While countries like Australia continue to publicly deplore this imbalance, they make a farce of such criticism by seeking to expand their own arms exports in order to pay for their own costs of military production. Another recent alarming tendency has been for a number of developing countries -particularly in South and East...[Show more]
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