Booklet on EU militarisation
The ENAAT and RLS booklet 'A militarised Union - Understanding and confronting the militarisation of the European Union' is now available in English
German, French and Spanish translations are under way
The European Network Against Arms Trade is campaigning to halt the inclusion of arms industry research into the EU budget. No EU money should go to the arms industry! Research money should go to projects developing nonviolent ways of resolving and preventing conflicts, and in particular tackling root causes of instability such as climate change.
The European Network Against Arms Trade (ENAAT) is an informal network of European peace groups working together in research, advocacy and campaigning.
Although European governments claim not to export arms to countries at war or violating human rights, European arms are sold all over the world with very few restrictions.
Arms trade is a threat to peace, security and development, and the arms industry is a driving force behind increasing military exports and expenditure.
The official arms export data of EEAS are presented by ENAAT in a browser showing country of origin, of destination, weapon type and value in one click