Friday, 25th July 2014
UK: Scrutiny of Arms Exports and Arms Controls (2014)
Source: House of Commons Committees on Arms Export Controls (UK)
The Committees’ inquiry:
The Committees have continued their intensive and detailed scrutiny of all aspects of the Government’s arms exports and arms control policies. In addition, the Committees have given comprehensive scrutiny to the Government’s policies on a wide range of international arms control agreements, and have also continued to provide detailed information about the UK’s extant strategic export licences for military and dual-use goods going to the 28 countries named by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office as being Countries of Human Rights concern, as listed in its 2013 Human Rights and Democracy Report.
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