firearms

Cashing in on women’s health

Women’s health has been sidelined for centuries. But now that women are finally being heard, some unscrupulous companies are cashing in on the movement.

While people were worrying about military-style policing, US law enforcement quietly deployed the tools of spycraft against their fellow citizens.

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The history of police shows that policing does not need to be done in the same way it is now and that it can perhaps be undone.

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It will take learning the lessons of Brazil’s many failures of police reform to truly implement a safer future for all Brazilians.

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As nations meet to consider an international agreement on the trade in arms, lessons from the EU are ready to be learned.

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The United Nations Arms Trade Treaty has mixed success, but its aims remain worth supporting.

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Born of compromises, the treaty’s attempt to satisfy all parties has led to it being toothless. How best to restore its bite?

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The Arms Trade Treaty can work best where it sidesteps the great powers’ strategic interests.

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If the Arms Trade Treaty’s many signatories reaffirm their commitment to the agreement’s aims, they could start to see real change.

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Global leaders who style themselves as military strong men may weaken United Nations negotiations over the trade in arms.

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The global trade in arms is worth more than two trillion dollars. A UN conference this week aims to bring more oversight to this deadly industry.

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