Towards a Brave New Arms Industry? (häftad)
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Towards a Brave New Arms Industry? (häftad)

Towards a Brave New Arms Industry?

The Decline of the Second-Tier Arms-Production Countries and the Emerging International Division of Labour in the Defence Industry

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In the post-Cold War era, most countries have been forced to radically reduce their arms industries, and abandoned self-sufficiency in favour of a subordinate role in an increasingly globalized worldwide defence industry. This has significant implications for the future of armaments production, for proliferation, and for arms control.
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INTRODUCTION; THE LADDER OF PRODUCTION AND THE ROLE OF THE STATE IN SECOND-TIER DEFENCE INDUSTRIALISATION; Reality Sets In: The Second-Tier Arms Producers in the Post-Cold War Era; Facing Up to the Learning Curve; BRAZIL: PAINFUL EXIT, SUCCESSFUL NICHE PRODUCER; South Africa: Importing to Preserve Domestic Arms Industries; South Korea: Trying to Grow out of its Problems; Sweden: Globalising for Survival; Taiwan: Dazed and Confused; PATTERNS OF READJUSTMENT; The Emerging 'Hub-and Spoke' of Global Arms Production; CONCLUSION: IMPLICATIONS AND CHALLENGES AHEAD; LADDER OF PRODUCTION MODELS FOR INDIGENOUS ARMS PRODUCTION; Arms Exports for Selected Second-Tier Arms-Producing Countries; Workforce Reductions in Selected Second-Tier Arms-Producing Countries; Globalisation Activities in Selected Second-Tier Arms-Producing Countries