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Next year should see another increase of 70 percent, the department says. “Obviously, we’re going to continue to press and advocate for U. arms sales,” said Assistant Secretary for the Bureau of Political-Military Affairs Andrew Shapiro in a June 14 news conference addressing arms exports.
Those sales — plus the government-to-government arms exports overseen by the Pentagon — make the United States the world’s top provider of major conventional weapons, according to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute. “We are hopeful that arms sales to India will increase.
These nations include the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Israel, Djibouti, Honduras, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and Bahrain. tear gas was delivered to Egypt up to the end of November, but has declined to confirm it was also sent to Algeria and Peru.
So, although the Defense Department’s .8 billion in direct government-to-government sales are covered by the Leahy Law, the .28 billion in sales authorized by State are not.
Adotei Akwei, the managing director of Amnesty International’s government relations efforts, said that “In all of these countries, there’s a need for a much more rigorous process for looking at where these weapons are going and how they’re being used.
We’ve made tremendous progress in this relationship over the last decade.” Shapiro explained that by “progress” he meant that U. arms sales to India went from “nearly zero” to around billion in that period. arms be exported only to countries that the State Department – in its annual human rights assessments – determines are treating their citizens well.
Here’s what the May 24 report issued by State’s Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor said about India: “The most significant human rights problems were police and security force abuses, including extrajudicial killings, torture, and rape; widespread corruption at all levels of government; and separatist, insurgent, and societal violence. Instead, a more narrow restriction known as the so-called “Leahy Law,” named for author Sen.