U.S. reporting and licensing exemptions not consistent with ATT obligations
Remarks to the Canadian Senate Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Development – Delivered November 29, 2018
Published in The Ploughshares Monitor Volume 39 Issue 4 Winter 2018 by Cesar Jaramillo
Thank you very much for the kind invitation to address this committee.
For decades, efforts to better regulate illicit and irresponsible arms exports and to strengthen arms control regulations have been a key focus of the activities of Project Ploughshares. We were strong advocates of the landmark international Arms Trade Treaty long before its adoption and have participated in every ATT Conference of States Parties as civil society representatives. We also keep a comprehensive database of Canadian military