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Bedeski, Robert, Andrew Andersen and Santo Darmosumarto. 1998 ‘Regional Small Arms Register.’ Small Arms Trade and Proliferation in Southeast Asia (24), p. 15. Vancouver: Institute of International Relations, University of British Columbia. 1 September
One of the [regional] initiatives could be the creation of regional small arms registers.
To ensure efficient exchanges of ideas, policies and information, registers from different regions would be interconnected through a forum within the UN body. I
n Southeast Asia, Malaysia has indicated a desire to initiate the development of such a register for the purposes of tackling the illicit trade in small arms as well as enhancing regional confidence-building.