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Are European arms fuelling wars and conflicts worldwide?

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Are European arms fuelling wars and conflicts worldwide?

Are European arms fuelling wars and conflicts worldwide?

Where do European-made weapons end up?

How are current conflicts worldwide impacted by the Defence industries of EU Member States?

We take a look at the Defence sector and those opposed to its exports strategies.


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