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ARMS TRADE

SUBMITTED TO:

Dr. Shivani Tyagi

SUBMITTED BY:

Milan Bahel
MBA-1A

INTRODUCTION
Weapons of Mass Destruction
(Nuclear weapons, Bio-weapons)
Major Weapon Systems
(Tanks)
Light Weapons
M-16)
Service Weapons
(Service Pistol)
Dual-Use Technologies
Nuclear power)

Geneva Protocol, 1925


Partial Test Ban Treaty, 1963
Nuclear Non-Proliferation
Treaty, 1970
Biological Weapon Convention,
(AK-47,
1975
Strategic Arms Reduction
Treaty,1994-2009
Arms Trade Treaty, 2014

(Missiles,

Classification of Arms

Major Arm Control


Treaties

GLOBAL ARMS MARKET


Israel;
Ukraine;
3% 2%
Italy; 3%
Spain; 3%
Saudi Arabia; 21%

France; 6%

United Kingdom; 5%

United States; 35%

China; 8%

Greece; 5%

Pakistan; 5%

Viet Nam; 6%

Germany; 6%
Iraq; 8%
India; 20%

China; 6%

UAE; 8%

Russia; 31%

BIGGEST EXPORTERS

Egypt; 10% Australia; 10%

BIGGEST IMPORTERS

Net global arms trade of FY 2015-16 was $410 Billion

BEHIND THE SCENES


Middle
Asia

Syria, Saudi Arabia, Iraq

Continuous state of war in various countries of


Middle-East Asia.
Epicenter of ISIS.
Lack of regulations.

Illegal Online Market

Southern
Peoples Republic of China
Asia

Trend among Rich Business-persons.


Ownership rules are very strict.
Local Arms are much cheaper.

Africa

South Africa, Somalia, Algeria

Stolen from government forces and private


owners.
Looted from state armories.
Purchased from corrupt soldiers.

Europe

Finland, Russia, Germany

Grey market trade.


E-Trade.

Internet

Surface Web

AlphaBay

Deep Web

Dream

Dark Web

Valhalla
Outlaw
Hansa
Market

Million Units

INDIAN ARMS MARKET


6,000

60.00

5,000

50.00

4,000

40.00

3,000

30.00

2,000
1,000
0

Imports:
$3075 million in FY 2015-16

20.00
10.00
0.00

Exports:
$55 million in FY 2015-16