Arms brokering in Southern Africa


Illicit arms brokering continues to be a challenge to many governments in the world, and more so in African countries, where armed conflicts continue to threaten peace and security. This monograph presents an assessment of selected Southern African countries with regard to arms brokering, and concludes that the practice of illicit arms brokering presents both legal and operational hurdles. This points to a need for countries to coordinate efforts through the implementation of various arms control instruments.

Edited by Nelson Alusala and Mothepa Shadung