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01 May 2005 description
report Small Arms Survey

The 410-page book provides detailed information on more than 35 armed groups that have destabilized the 15 ECOWAS member states since 1998, and explores important related themes through 6 field-based case study chapters, including:

- Armed Groups and Conflict in Rivers and Plateau States, Nigeria
- Insurgency, Disarmament, and Insecurity in Northern Mali, 1990-2004
- The Anatomy of Ghana's Secret Arms Industry
- Disarming Liberia: Progress and Pitfalls
- The Militarization and Demilitarization of Refugee Camps in Guinea

31 Dec 2000 description
report Small Arms Survey
Occasional Paper No. 1

by Eric G. Berman A publication of the Small Arms Survey

The Small Arms Survey (SAS)

The Small Arms Survey (SAS) is an independent project associated with the Programme for Strategic and International Security Studies (PSIS) at the Graduate Institute of International Studies (GIIS) in Geneva, Switzerland.

Established in 1999, the SAS is supported by the Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs, and by contributions from the Governments of Belgium, Canada, Denmark, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden and the United Kingdom.