A Global Arms Trade Treaty: What States Want: Executive Summary
This paper provides an overview of the content of the Member States' submissions and highlights the main views contained in the submissions as to the feasibility, scope and parameters of an ATT. Arising out of the analysis, key points for consideration by the forthcoming GGE are outlined to assist in ensuring that an effective, comprehensive ATT can be achieved as soon as possible. The main report is at POL 34/004/2007.
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