Diplomacy in Context:Canada, New Zealand and Australia and humanitarian arms control treaty-making
Since the 1990s, states have negotiated three trail-blazing multilateral treaties on conventional weapons. The 1997 Mine Ban Treaty outlaws anti-personnel landmines. The 2008 Convention on Cluster Munitions bans cluster munitions. The 2013 Arms Trade Treaty regulates and increases transparency in arms exports and imports. The negotiating processes that produced these treaties broke new ground in a number of ways. First, they explicitly focused on minimising...[Show more]
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