Le business des armes a un effet dévastateur sur les droits humains et la sécurité, et impacte négativement le développement économique. Les acquisitions militaires et les exportations d’armes à grande échelle renforcent une approche militariste des problèmes internationaux. Bien que les gouvernements européens se défendent d’exporter des armes vers des pays en guerre ou violant les droits humains, les armes européennes sont vendues à travers le monde quasiment sans restrictions. Elles sont souvent exportées vers des dictatures ou des pays en guerre.

Selected publications from ENAAT groups

Centre DelasSecurity? Whose security? Military security not neutral
We are facing a new, wide and deep process of militarization, with increasing military budgets, arms manufacturing and an evergrowing military industry that now also expands its reach to borders and social control. But despite the hegemonic discourse, this does not respond to our security needs nor to the challenges our modern, global, interdependent and diverse society faces nowadays.

SPAS – Den Svenska vapenexporten
This book on Sweden’s arms exports outlines the concepts of how the trade works and who decides. But it also tells about the scandals and the consequences. How artists and the monarchy are used for marketing. And how peaceful Sweden became one of the largest arms exporters per capita in the world. (in Swedish)

Stop WapenhandelMilitary industry profits from refugee tragedy
Companies from the military and security industry are profiting from the increasing militarization of border security. In a series of reports, blogs and articles, Stop Wapenhandel summarizes EU policy and its consequences. The role of the most important companies are identified.

UrgewaldDirty Profits – Unser Geld für Rüstungsexporte in Kriegs- und Krisengebiete
German banks and investors have been pumping large sums of money into arms companies, which are massively arming the Middle East and, in particular, fueling the war in Yemen. The report also shows which banks exclude such transactions. (in German)

VredesactieSecuring Profits. How the arms lobby is hijacking Europe’s defence policy
This report documents the symbiotic relationship between the arms industry and the EU institutions and the effect of this relationship on the creation of a European Defence Fund.