, Number 4

Zoë Pelter
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Zoe Pelter works for the International Security Programme at Chatham House and is Associate Coordinator of the Associate Parliamentary Group for Sudan.

The United Nations (UN) Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) negotiations in 2012 will not signify an end to arms trading but can, if properly prepared, stand as an effective measure against irresponsible arms trading decisions and help to level out a severely uneven landscape of arms export controls worldwide.

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