Humanitarian Curbs on Deadly Weapons Boost New UN Treaty Sharpen Old Debates

World leaders at the United Nations (UN) last week backed two steps in relation to the Arms Trade Treaty, promoted by churches, to make people safer through new laws to control deadly weapons. The biggest event came as the United States, the world largest exporter of arms, signed the new Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) during a high-level phase of the UN General Assembly, 24 to 26 September. Twenty-six …

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