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Capie, David. 2003 ‘Principal Findings.’ Under the Gun: The small arms challenge in the Pacific, p. 12. Wellington: Victoria University Press. 1 January

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[M]odern military weapons are reaching combatants in conflicts and insurrections such as those in PNG [Papua New Guinea], the Solomon Islands, and Fiji…

While some are smuggled in from overseas, many (and in some countries, most) originate in poorly maintained military and police arsenals…

[A]rms and ammunition are misplaced, or stolen and sold by corrupt soldiers or police officers.

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