Arming Genocide in Rwanda

Goose, Stephen D.; Smyth, Frank
September 1994
Foreign Affairs;Sep/Oct94, Vol. 73 Issue 5, p86
Presents Rwanda as an example of what happens when small arms and light weapons are freely sold to countries with ethnic, religious and nationalist problems. Weapons as the leading cause of death and destruction in civil wars; Link to human rights abuses and other violations of international law; Need for the establishment of a mechanism to monitor and control small arms transfers.


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