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Kramer, Katherine. 2001 ‘Firearm Registers.’ Legal Controls on Small Arms and Light Weapons in South East Asia; Occasional Paper No. 3, p. 19. Geneva: Small Arms Survey, the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva and Nonviolence International South East Asia. 1 July

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Six ASEAN countries keep national arms registers, of which four are computerized.

National registers are essential to keep track of licensed ownership, production, and trade, and are especially useful for tracing confiscated illicit weapons to their point of origin.

Registers should be comprehensive and easily accessible. Brunei keeps a computerised national register of all licences issued (UN, 1999c).

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