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Florquin, Nicolas, Dauren Aben and Takhmina Karimova. 2012 ‘Stockpiles.’ Blue Skies and Dark Clouds: Kazakhstan and Small Arms; Occasional Paper No. 29, pp. 31-32. Geneva: Small Arms Survey, the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva and the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. 1 May

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Stockpiles…

Existing estimates go as high as 550,000–950,000 military small arms and light weapons in the country's armouries, and 200,000–400,000 tons of surplus conventional ammunition (Ashkenazi, 2010, p. 138)…

Source Cited:
Ashkenazi, Michael. 2010. 'Kazakhstan: Where Surplus Arms Are Not a Problem.' In Karp, Aaron, ed. 2010. The Politics of Destroying Surplus Small Arms: Inconspicuous Disarmament, pp. 133–54. New York and Geneva: Routledge and Small Arms Survey.

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