Author: John Feffer, Foreign Policy in Focus, Published on: 1 February 2002
A national security exception protects countries’ subsidies for military production from international trade rules...By favoring arms sales over other forms of trade, the security exception fuels armed conflict. [includes discussion of U.S. policy on arms trade]
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