Publications

Explore CAAT’s library of publications to learn more about and take action against the arms trade. These include reports, the CAAT News magazine, parliamentary submissions and more. You can browse all publications below, or filter by type, topic, year, and/or countries and companies covered in the contents.

navy page with white text reads 'Made in Scotland" with CAAT Scotland logo in top right hand corner

Made in Scotland

Made in Scotland: The deadly relationship fuelling the crisis in Yemen is the first in a research series uncovering the insidious role that Scotland plays within the UK's arms trade.


People Not War

When we say People Not War, we mean people over profit, over hyper-capitalist pursuits and gains that oppress and kill. We mean prioritise our lives over looting the earth and its resources, exploiting workers, the marginalised, those living in Global South countries.

Report cover, CAAT logo in top right, title "Fighting the Wrong Battles" subtitle "How obsession with military power diverts resources from the climate crisis", Author "Sam Perlo-Freeman", date "February 2020"

Fighting the Wrong Battles

A move from militarism and the arms trade towards tackling climate change would create more jobs and increase human security

Report cover "A shameful relationship: UK complicity in Saudi state violence. Image: 2 fighter aircraft in flight. Author: David Wearing. Date; April 2016

A shameful relationship: UK complicity in Saudi state violence

Saudi Arabia is the UK's largest arms customer. Saudi Arabia is one of the world's most repressive regimes and is using UK arms in its bombing of Yemen. The importance to the UK government of arms sales to Saudi Arabia, and of the overall alliance with Saudi Arabia, mutes any criticism of the regime’s behaviour.

Report cover for Arming Apartheid from CAAT, Palestine Solidarity Campaign and and War on Want: shows an image of a giant explosion in Palestine

Arming Apartheid

The UK and Israel have a deep, 2-way arms trading relationship, which contributes to Israel's repression of the Palestinian people and its maintenance of an Apartheid system in Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories.

CAAT would not exist without its supporters. Each new supporter helps us strengthen our call for an end to the international arms trade.

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