On Tuesday, the Defence and Security Equipment International 2021 arms fair (DSEI), will open at the Excel centre in London Docklands, amidst massive protests and opposition from political leaders and local communities in London.
The controversial London DSEI arms fair expects to return on Tuesday 14th September. It should close its doors and never return, writes CAAT's Kirsten Bayes
Award-winning exhibition against London arms fair back for third run, featuring Nobel Peace Prize Nominees, Campaign Against Arms Trade
CAAT's statement on recent events in Afghanistan and the record of UK arms sales to Afghanistan since the 2001 invasion
In 2017, the arrest of four protesters outside DSEI led to a long running court case that clarified the right to protest and changed how direct action protesting should be policed. Kat Hobbs and Carl Spender from Netpol explain why the "Ziegler" case is so important
A guest blog by Dr Anuradha Chenoy, former dean at the School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, and expert in security, development and gender studies.
New report from CAAT exposes the real extent of UK arms sales to Saudi Arabia. Majority of sales have taken place using the opaque Open Licence system that obscures true value. CAAT estimates that Open Licences account for the majority of the UK arms trade. The UK has sold over £20
This afternoon parliament is expected to vote on proposals to stop a major cut to the aid budget, which the government claims it has to do for financial reasons. Last year the government announced a £16 billion increase to the military budget. If the cut goes ahead then one country that is likely to be particularly
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