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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, Spanish and Italian
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
27th February 2023
International Delegation to Investigate Gun Trade to Mexico: European weapons accelerate violence in Mexico
ENAAT participated in an International Delegation to investigate the flow of guns and light weapons to Mexico, and how this contributes to serious human rights violations impacting all of the Mexican people. The mission took place from 18 to 25 February 2023, and participants from ENAAT were Charlotte from Ohne Rüstung Leben (Germany), Francesco Vignarca […]
16th February 2023
The latest issue of the EU project newsletter summarises the main news about EU funding for the arms industry and other aspects of EU militarisation over the last month. Enjoy the reading! ENAAT NBB 2023-01_15.02.2023 SUMMARY EU funding for the arms industry – EU funding for joint acquisitions: debate on tripled budget, non-EU weapons and […]
2nd February 2023
“European security and defence has evolved more in the last six days than in the last two decades” claimed Ursula Von der Leyen just one week after Russian troops entered Ukraine in 2022, while Josep Borrell declared 2 days later that “with the invasion of Ukraine (…) we need to be more than a ‘soft […]