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Bedeski, Robert, Andrew Andersen and Santo Darmosumarto. 1998 ‘Small Arms and the Russian Defence Industry.’ Small Arms Trade and Proliferation in Southeast Asia (24), pp. 19, 25. Vancouver: Institute of International Relations, University of British Columbia. 1 September

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During the last two years Russian arms dealers have been repeatedly visiting other countries of the region (among them Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand) trying to explore and develop new markets…

We can assume that various separatist movements of China -- among them Uigur and Tibetan separatists, as well as guerilla movements in Myanmar, Thailand, Indonesia and Philippines -- might have been, or will be, explored and approached by Russian arms traders looking for new markets.

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