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Military spending and transparency in arms acquisitions

 

Reports

 

Title

Document

Country

United Nations standardized international report on Military Expenditures Information presented pursuant to resolution AG/RES. 2447 (XXXIX-O/09), “Confidence- and Security- Building in the Americas” Operative paragraph 3: United Nations Standardized International Reporting of Military Expenditures

CP/CSH-1329/11

El Salvador

United Nations standardized international report on Military Expenditures Information presented pursuant to resolution AG/RES. 2447 (XXXIX-O/09), “Confidence- and Security- Building in the Americas” Operative paragraph 3: United Nations Standardized International Reporting of Military Expenditures

CP/CSH-1329/11 add. 1

United States

United Nations standardized international report on Military Expenditures Information presented pursuant to resolution AG/RES. 2447 (XXXIX-O/09), “Confidence- and Security- Building in the Americas” Operative paragraph 3: United Nations Standardized International Reporting of Military Expenditures

CP/CSH-1329/11 add. 2

Mexico

United Nations standardized international report on Military Expenditures Information presented pursuant to resolution AG/RES. 2447 (XXXIX-O/09), “Confidence- and Security- Building in the Americas” Operative paragraph 3: United Nations Standardized International Reporting of Military Expenditures

CP/CSH-1329/11 add. 3

Peru

United Nations standardized international report on Military Expenditures Information presented pursuant to resolution AG/RES. 2447 (XXXIX-O/09), “Confidence- and Security- Building in the Americas” Operative paragraph 3: United Nations Standardized International Reporting of Military Expenditures

CP/CSH-1329/11 add. 4

Colombia

United Nations standardized international report on Military Expenditures Information presented pursuant to resolution AG/RES. 2447 (XXXIX-O/09), “Confidence- and Security- Building in the Americas” Operative paragraph 3: United Nations Standardized International Reporting of Military Expenditures

CP/CSH-1329/11 add. 5

Nicaragua 2010

United Nations standardized international report on Military Expenditures Information presented pursuant to resolution AG/RES. 2447 (XXXIX-O/09), “Confidence- and Security- Building in the Americas” Operative paragraph 3: United Nations Standardized International Reporting of Military Expenditures

CP/CSH-1329/11 add. 6

Colombia 2011

United Nations standardized international report on Military Expenditures Information presented pursuant to resolution AG/RES. 2447 (XXXIX-O/09), “Confidence- and Security- Building in the Americas” Operative paragraph 3: United Nations Standardized International Reporting of Military Expenditures

CP/CSH-1329/11 add. 7

El Salvador 2011

United Nations standardized international report on Military Expenditures Information presented pursuant to resolution AG/RES. 2447 (XXXIX-O/09), “Confidence- and Security- Building in the Americas” Operative paragraph 3: United Nations Standardized International Reporting of Military Expenditures

CP/CSH-1329/11 add. 8

United States - 2011

United Nations standardized international report on Military Expenditures Information presented pursuant to resolution AG/RES. 2447 (XXXIX-O/09), “Confidence- and Security- Building in the Americas” Operative paragraph 3: United Nations Standardized International Reporting of Military Expenditures

CP/CSH-1329/11 add. 9

Nicaragua 2011

United Nations standardized international report on Military Expenditures Information presented pursuant to resolution AG/RES. 2447 (XXXIX-O/09), “Confidence- and Security- Building in the Americas” Operative paragraph 3: United Nations Standardized International Reporting of Military Expenditures

CP/CSH-1329/11 add. 10

Chile 2011

     
United Nations standardized international report on Military Expenditures Information presented pursuant to resolution AG/RES. 2447 (XXXIX-O/09), “Confidence- and Security- Building in the Americas”

CP/CSH-1134/09

Chile

United Nations standardized international report on Military Expenditures Information presented pursuant to resolution AG/RES. 2447 (XXXIX-O/09), “Confidence- and Security- Building in the Americas”

CP/CSH-1134/09 add. 1

Mexico

United Nations standardized international report on Military Expenditures Information presented pursuant to resolution AG/RES. 2447 (XXXIX-O/09), “Confidence- and Security- Building in the Americas”

CP/CSH-1134/09 add. 2

Brazil

United Nations standardized international report on Military Expenditures Information presented pursuant to resolution AG/RES. 2447 (XXXIX-O/09), “Confidence- and Security- Building in the Americas”

CP/CSH-1134/09 add. 3

El Salvador

United Nations standardized international report on Military Expenditures Information presented pursuant to resolution AG/RES. 2447 (XXXIX-O/09), “Confidence- and Security- Building in the Americas”

CP/CSH-1134/09 add. 4

Chile

United Nations standardized international report on Military Expenditures Information presented pursuant to resolution AG/RES. 2447 (XXXIX-O/09), “Confidence- and Security- Building in the Americas”

CP/CSH-1134/09 add. 5

Mexico

United Nations standardized international report on Military Expenditures Information presented pursuant to resolution AG/RES. 2447 (XXXIX-O/09), “Confidence- and Security- Building in the Americas”

CP/CSH-1134/09 add. 6

Chile

United Nations standardized international report on Military Expenditures Information presented pursuant to resolution AG/RES. 2447 (XXXIX-O/09), “Confidence- and Security- Building in the Americas”

CP/CSH-1134/09 add. 7

United States

United Nations standardized international report on Military Expenditures Information presented pursuant to resolution AG/RES. 2447 (XXXIX-O/09), “Confidence- and Security- Building in the Americas”

CP/CSH-1134/09 add. 8

El Salvador

United Nations standardized international report on Military Expenditures Information presented pursuant to resolution AG/RES. 2447 (XXXIX-O/09), “Confidence- and Security- Building in the Americas”

CP/CSH-1134/09 add. 9

United States

United Nations standardized international report on Military Expenditures Information presented pursuant to resolution AG/RES. 2447 (XXXIX-O/09), “Confidence- and Security- Building in the Americas”

CP/CSH-1134/09 add. 10

Canada

 

 

Documents

 

Draft resolution:  Limitation of Military Spending CP/CSH-454/02 rev.3

 

Limitation of Military Spending AG/RES. 1887 (XXXII-O/02)

 

Limitation of military spending CP/CSH/INF.24/03

 

Draft resolution:  Limitation of Military Spending CP/CSH-578/03 rev. 1

 

Information presented pursuant to the General Assembly Resolution “Transparency and Confidence- and Security-Building in the Americas,” AG/RES. 1967 (XXXIII-O/03), Operative paragraph 9: Military Expenditures (Mexico) CP/CSH-602/03

Draft resolution:  Limitation of Military Spending CP/CSH-634/04 rev. 1

 

Information presented under operative paragraph 10 of general assembly resolution AG/RES. 1996 (XXXIV-O/04), “Transparency and Confidence- and Security-Building in the Americas” Operative paragraph 10: Military Expenditures (Venezuela) CP/CSH-656/04

Information presented pursuant to operative paragraph 8 of General Assembly resolution AG/RES. 2113 (XXXV-O/05) “Transparency and Confidence- and Security-Building in the Americas” Operative paragraph 8: Military expenditures (Argentina) CP/CSH-740/05

 

Draft resolution:  Convocation of the Meeting on the Limitation of Military Spending and the Promotion of Greater Transparency in the Acquisition of Arms CP/CSH-752/06 rev. 4

 

Draft resolution:  Limitation of military spending CP/CSH-756/06

 

Draft resolution:  Limitation of military spending and the promotion of greater transparency in the acquisition of arms in the Americas CP/CSH-765/06 rev. 2

 

Information presented pursuant to operative paragraph 8 of General Assembly resolution AG/RES. 2113 (XXXV-O/05) “Transparency and Confidence- and Security-Building in the Americas” Operative paragraph 8: Military expenditures (Nicaragua) CP/CSH-777/06

 

United Nations Standardized International Reporting of Military Expenditures - United States (2005-2006) CP/CSH-784/06

Note from the Permanent Mission of Peru transmitting the Draft Resolution: Limitation of Military Spending and the Promotion of Greater Transparency in the Acquistion of Arms in the Americas(Presented by the delegation of Peru and cosponsored by the delegation of Costa Rica) CP/CSH-864/07 rev. 1

 

United Nations standardized international reporting of military expenditures Information presented in accordance with resolution AG/RES. 2398 (XXXVIII-O/08) -Confidence and Security-Building in the Americas-

United Nations Standardized International reporting of Military Expenditures Information submitted pursuant to resolution AG/RES. 2398 (XXXVIII-O/08) “Confidence- and Security-Building in the Americas” (Peru – 2003-2007) CP/CSH-1111/09

 

United Nations standardized international report on Military Expenditures Information presented pursuant to resolution AG/RES. 2625 (XLI-O/11) -Confidence- and Security-Building in the Americas- Operative paragraph 3: United Nations Standardized International Reporting of Military Expenditures (United States - 2010) CP/CSH-1329/11 add. 1


 

Meeting of Experts of Limitation of Military Spending and the Promotion of Greater Transparency in the Acquisition of Arms - December 1, 2006

 

Draft agenda CP/CSH-789/06 rev. 1 corr. 1

  • Aide memoire on draft agenda items 2 and 3 - add. 1

Transparency of Military Expenditures and the United Nations- Report by Dr. Nazir Kamal, United Nations Department of Disarmament Affairs REGMAA/doc.1/06

 

United Nations Stadardized Instruments for Reporting Military Expenditures Participation by OAS Member States 1993-2006 (as of 17 November 2006) REGMAA/doc. 2/06

 

United Nations Verbal Note – Report on Military Expenditures REGMAA/doc.3/06

 

Draft Schedule REGMAA/doc.4/06

 

Limitation of Military Spending and the Promotion of Greater Transparency in Conventional Arms Acquisition (Report presented by the Inter-American Defense Board) REGMAA/doc.5/06
 

Some concrete actions on AG/RES. 2188 (XXXVI-O/06) in accordance with the Declaration on Security in the Americas (Presented by the Delegation of the United States of America) REGMAA/doc.6/06

The Significance of Conventional Deterrence in Latin America Article by Jaime García Covarrubias, Ph.D. REGMAA/doc.7/06


Presentation by Siemon Wezeman, Arms Transfer Project, Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) REGMAA/INF.1/06


Remarks by Ambassador Javier Sancho Bonilla, Permanent Representative of Costa Rica and Chair of the OAS Committee on Hemispheric Security, at the Meeting of Experts on Limitation of Military Spending and the Promotion of greater Transparency
in the Acquisition of Arms REGMAA/INF.3/06

 

Remarks by Ambassador Javier Sancho Bonilla, Permanent Representative of Costa Rica and Chair of the OAS Committee on Hemispheric Security, at the Meeting of Experts on Limitation of Military Spending and the Promotion of Greater Transparency in the Acquisition of Arms REGMAA/INF.3/06

 

Summary REGMAA/doc.8/06

 

 


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