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an industry that manufacturers weapons of war

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In the last quarter of 2017, the German government had quintupled its arms sales to Saudi Arabia from the same quarter the previous year.
Ahead of Mohammed bin Salman's visit, Theresa May must finally do the right thing over UK arms sales - suspending all arms exports to Saudi Arabia while there's any risk they'll be used by the Saudi-led coalition to bomb civilians or enforce the crippling blockade in Yemen," she said.
com/story/2017/06/26/gulf-nation-arms-sales-bob-corker-239959) said he would block any future arms sales to Gulf Arab states.
6bn worth of arms sales to Saudi Arabia for its bombing campaign in Yemen.
arms sale to Taiwan," the Chinese Embassy in Washington, D.
So, my decision today is based neither on an opposition to arms sales in general nor an opposition to arms sales to the Saudis in particular.
The Saudis have been accused of dozens of war crimes, putting huge pressure on the Government to suspend arms sales to their ally.
Please join Amnesty in calling on the UK government to immediately halt these appalling arms sales.
17 (BNA): Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Zheng Zeguang made solemn representations to the US over its arms sale to Taiwan, and summoned a US envoy in Beijing, state-run Xinhua News Agency reported Thursday.
China claims Taiwan as part of Chinese territory, to be reunified with by force if necessary, and opposes all arms sales to the island.
MOSKOVA (CyHAN)- With the framework for an agreement to lift international sanctions against Iran finally in place, Tehran is poised to become a battleground for international arms sales, which has neighboring Arab countries watching closely.
The Pentagon portrays arms sales as a way of forging closer ties to friendly countries and cultivating relationships with another military through training on US-made aircraft and weapons.
4 % of all arms trades with Italy and Russia being the next largest suppliers, each accounting for under nine percent of total global arms sales (Berrigan 2010).
They establish this concept in explicit detail through the aftermath of the terrorist attacks of 11 September 2001, as the United States gained military access to Pakistan and, in turn, rewarded that country with arms sales.
This is a timely discussion of US arms sales to Taiwan.