Explore CAAT’s library of resources to learn more about and take action against the arms trade. These include reports, data browsers, the CAAT News magazine, and more. You can browse all the resources below, or filter by type, topic, publication year, and/or countries and companies covered by the resource.

Report cover "Bribing for Britain: government collusion in arms trade corruption", author Tim Webb. Image of a fighter aircraft.

Bribing for Britain: Government collusion in arms sales corruption

The story of British arms sales is one of deception, resource waste and successive governments subsidising military production in sharp contrast to their refusal to assist other industries. Conservative and Labour governments have deliberately promoted the sale of weapons by corrupt methods and the Defence Export Services Organisation (DESO) played a key role in the

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Al Yamamah National Archive documents, P45-40 DTI support revised

The Saudis refuse to borrow (spring 1986) In April 1986 the Saudis said they did not want to borrow money to finance the deal. As the MoD were now so committed, officials scrambled to make an alternative arrangement. Lloyds would lend BAe the money it required prior to Saudi payments. The plan was for the

Text reads Corporate Mercenaries - the threat of private military and security companies. The image shows a person in an unmarked helmet and bulletproof vest leaning out of a helicopter with a gun.

Corporate Mercenaries

A War on Want report and campaign on the threat of private military and security companies, supported by CAAT

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