|Name:||Reconsidering Small Arms in the Solomon Islands - Findings|
Small Arms Survey policy briefing
There were an estimated 1,010-1,270 illegal high powered and commercial firearms in the Solomon Islands – considerably more than the 500-700 commonly reported. Robert Muggah and Philip Alpers. Geneva: Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies; Working Paper, August 2003.
|Filename:||Muggah Alpers SAS Reconsidering Small Arms in the Solomon Islands - Findings.pdf|
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|Created On:||08/01/2003 00:00|
|Last updated on:||01/16/2012 16:44|