The Unintended Impacts of U.S. Weapons Supplied to Afghanistan
By Erica Mumford
The U.S. policy of arming parties in conflict presents significant risks that weapons will be diverted into unfriendly hands.
The China-US Arms Trade Arms Race
By Jacob Parakilas
For all its military technology advances, China remains far behind the U.S. in arms exports. The example of Nigeria helps explain why.
The Global Arms Market and Commoditization
By Richard A. Bitzinger
Southeast Asia is an interesting case study to explore trends in international weapons trade.
Imagine: F-22 Raptors For Export
By Robert Farley
So, who wants the F-22 Raptor?