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3 years ago cluster bombs were banned outright – so why are some of the same govern...

March 16, 2011  No comments
3 years ago cluster bombs were banned outright – so why are some of the same governments helping to draft an international law that says they are legal?

By Richard Moyes and Thomas Nash Article 36 Under pressure from the United States, a number of governments that have banned cluster munitions are now helping to agree another international law under which these weapons continue to be legal.  Being... Read more

Is the Starstreak missile prohibited?

January 31, 2011  No comments
Is the Starstreak missile prohibited?

The 2010 Cluster Munition Monitor reports on the United Kingdom raises the prospect that the Starstreak Missile might fall under the definition of the prohibition in the Convention on Cluster Munitions and the UK Cluster Munitions (Prohibitions) Bill.  The Monitor... Read more

Briefing for UK Parliamentarians on cluster munitions

January 31, 2011  No comments
Briefing for UK Parliamentarians on cluster munitions

UK campaigners on cluster munitions submitted the following briefing to the UK Parliament today in response to a question from Baroness Williams on ‘temporary exemptions’ from the UK law prohibiting cluster munitions. Article 36 believes that the UK government should... Read more

Introduction – cluster munitions

January 28, 2011  No comments
Introduction – cluster munitions

Cluster munitions are large explosive weapons, which are deployed from the air (e.g. air-dropped bombs, missiles) and from the ground (e.g. rockets, artillery), and function by opening in mid-air to release multiple smaller submunitions. Cluster munitions pose two main problems... Read more

First steps to new norms on the use of explosive wea...

July 24, 2008
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