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Arms transfers and dependence

by Christian Catrina

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Published by UNIDIR, Taylor & Francis in [Geneva], New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Arms transfers -- Political aspects.,
  • Military assistance.,
  • National security.,
  • Dependency.,
  • Balance of power.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementChristian Catrina.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD9743.A2 C35 1988
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 409 p. :
    Number of Pages409
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2053304M
    ISBN 100844815926, 0844815969
    LC Control Number88031195

    There are two parts to this paper. The first part examines the impact of arms transfers on the conflictual behavior of third world recipients. I conceptualize conflict as a multiplicative function of total arms imports and the extent to which the recipient is dependent on relatively few arms suppliers. I conceptualize conflict as a multiplicative function of total arms imports and the extent to which the recipient is dependent on relatively few arms suppliers. My hypothesis that arms imports encouraged belligerence but that arms-transfer dependence diminished this effect is not widely supported by my time series analyses: only twelve of 86 Author: David Todd Kinsella.

    Book Description: A model of policy analysis,Arms Transfers under Nixonprovides a lucid and lively demonstration of how the Nixon administration combined skillful diplomacy and the adroit use of arms transfers to bring about a remarkable series of American foreign policy Middle East provides the most dramatic example. Here, the Arab-Israeli military balance was stabilized. issue of arms transfers whether Japan might now have the intent and avenues of coop- eration to re-augment hedging options, and to diversify its reliance on the US–Japan alliance in this area of military activity and more generally in its overall security strategy.

    Arms transfers as military aid Chapter: International arms transfers and developments in arms production Source: SIPRI Yearbook Author(s): Siemon T. Wezeman, Aude Fleurant. Most arms transfers are commercial transactions where the buyer pays for the weapons. On Ap , the President issued National Security Presidential Memorandum (NSPM), approving a new and updated U.S. Conventional Arms Transfer (CAT) Policy to support Allies and partners, expand opportunities for American industry and create American jobs, and maintain U.S. national security while thoroughly reviewing arms transfers to ensure that they are in the U.S. [ ].


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Get this from a library. Arms transfers and dependence. [Christian Catrina; United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research.] -- FROST (Copy 1): From the John Holmes Library Collection. In this article I examine the degree to which arms transfers and arms transfer dependence interact to affect foreign policy conflict.

I hypothesize that, as a transfer of military capability, weapons shipments increase the tendency of the recipient to strike a conflictual posture in its foreign policy, while arms transfer dependence restrains that by: This book analyses the structure and motive forces that shape the global arms transfer and production system.

The author distinguishes three tiers of arms producers, defined by such factors as defence production base, military research and development capabilities, and dependence upon arms by: My hypothesis that arms imports encouraged belligerence but that arms-transfer dependence diminished this effect is not widely supported by my time series analyses: only twelve of 86 countries analyzed exhibit this dual : David Todd Kinsella.

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My analysis treats conflictual behavior as a multiplicative function of arms transfers and arms transfer dependence. Parameter estimates are derived from time series data for nine states engaged Author: David Kinsella. Conventional Arms Transfers and US Economic Security Strategic Studies Quarterly ♦ Spring 43 Transfer (CAT) policy.1 The president has been especially interested in the economic implications of arms transfers, and they are, indeed, worth a good deal of.

Dependence on Soviet weapons prevented a customer country from rapidly changing its policy and starting to buy arms from other countries. Many coun-tries in Africa and the Middle East which equipped their armies with Soviet weapons now find that they cannot change to an arms supplier other than one of the members of the CIS.

Great Britain was neutral Switzerland's main supplier of heavy weaponry during the early Cold War. Marco Wyss analyses this armaments relationship against the background of Anglo-Swiss relations between andand thereby assesses the role of arms transfers, neutrality and Britain, as well as the two countries' political, economic and military by: 3.

Kinsella, David () Arms Transfer Dependence and Foreign Policy Conflict, Journal of Peace Research 35(1): 7– There are both military and political dimensions to arms transfers, and their effects on state behavior may not be the same.

In this article I examine the degree to which arms. A model of policy analysis, Arms Transfers under Nixon provides a lucid and lively demonstration of how the Nixon administration combined skillful diplomacy and the adroit use of arms transfers to bring about a remarkable series of American foreign policy achievements.

The Middle East provides the most dramatic by: 6. The Gun Merchants: Politics and Policies of the Major Arms Suppliers focuses on the political and policy considerations in arms transfers, taking into consideration the positions of different arms-exporting countries on the control of conventional arms trade.

The book first offers information on the trends in 20th-century arms transfers. Arms and the State (Cambridge Studies in International Relations) alert sifting of available information about arms transfers." The International History Review "Keith Krause's book is strong across the board: it develops new historical materials spanning centuries; it attends to the complex interrelationships among international economics Cited by: scope of the F programme see Wezeman, S.

et al., ‘International arms transfers’, SIPRI Yearbookpp. – 18 Australian Department of Defence (DOD), Defending Australia in the. Downloadable. There are both military and political dimensions to arms transfers, and their effects on state behavior may not be the same.

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model is multiplicative because the effects of arms transfers and transfer dependence are hypothesized to interact; the effect, (, of dependence is to diminish the otherwise positive effect, $, of arms imports. Arms Transfer Dependence and Foreign Policy Conflict* DAVID KINSELLA School of International Service, American University There are both military and political dimensions to arms transfers, and their effects on state behavior may not be the same.

In this article I examine the degree to which arms transfers and arms transfer de. This book explores the level of arms transfers by major weapons suppliers to nations in the developing world, where most of the potential for the outbreak of regional military conflicts currently exists, and where the greatest proportion of the conventional arms trade is conducted.

Books shelved as arms-trade: Spoils of War: The Human Cost of America's Arms Trade by John Tirman, Arm In Arm: The Political Economy Of The Global Arms T.SIPRI has published hundreds of books, reports, fact sheets, background papers and policy briefs since its first book appeared in Oxford University Press publishes and distributes some SIPRI publication series.

Other are available to download or buy directly from SIPRI. SIPRI publications aim to provide policymakers, researchers, the media and the interested public with reliable.The sole purpose of this book is to evaluate which export and import structures with arms transfers lead to dependent relationships; however, before Catrina gets to these factors in chapter 8, a great deal of time is spent examining why states export and import arms from .