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Small Arms Survey. 2004 ‘The Risk for Governments.’ Small Arms Survey 2004: Rights at Risk, p. 55. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 1 July

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For many insurgencies, raiding police stations or military facilities is a standard - but risky - way to acquire weaponry.

A recent study of small arms in Southeast Asia provides numerous examples of such attacks. It shows that the armed forces of Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philipines, and Thailand routinely lose hundreds of small arms in such incidents (Capie, 2002).

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