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Since the end of the Cold War, new world tensions emerged as intra-state conflicts became more frequent. The superpowers allowed other countries to acquire their surpluses of small arms, [1] and to transfer them indiscriminately to specific areas of armed conflict. Thus, the uncontrollable proliferation and misuse of these weapons that intensify armed conflicts, and encour Since the end of the Cold War, new world tensions emerged as intra-state conflicts became more frequent. The superpowers allowed other countries to acquire their surpluses of small arms, [1] and to transfer them indiscriminately to specific areas of armed conflict. Thus, the uncontrollable proliferation and misuse of these weapons that intensify armed conflicts, and encourage armed criminality, result in thousands of deaths and injuries each year. Small arms have also aggregated impacts that affect the socio-economic development of entire populations. As this situation became chronic, States and civil society -including scholars and non-government organizations - began to formulate the two main questions: is it possible to stop the proliferation and to control the misuse of small arms?


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Since the end of the Cold War, new world tensions emerged as intra-state conflicts became more frequent. The superpowers allowed other countries to acquire their surpluses of small arms, [1] and to transfer them indiscriminately to specific areas of armed conflict. Thus, the uncontrollable proliferation and misuse of these weapons that intensify armed conflicts, and encour Since the end of the Cold War, new world tensions emerged as intra-state conflicts became more frequent. The superpowers allowed other countries to acquire their surpluses of small arms, [1] and to transfer them indiscriminately to specific areas of armed conflict. Thus, the uncontrollable proliferation and misuse of these weapons that intensify armed conflicts, and encourage armed criminality, result in thousands of deaths and injuries each year. Small arms have also aggregated impacts that affect the socio-economic development of entire populations. As this situation became chronic, States and civil society -including scholars and non-government organizations - began to formulate the two main questions: is it possible to stop the proliferation and to control the misuse of small arms?

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