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Informe "Armas, Deuda y Corrupción"

04 Xul 2013

O Centro Delàs ven de publicar en español o informe "Armas, Deuda y Corrupción. O gasto militar e a crise da UE".

O seu autor é o investigador Frank Slipjer da Campaña Contra o Comercio de Armas (Campagne tegen Wapenhandel) dos Países Baixos, entidade da Rede Europea Contra o Comercio de Armas (ENAAT) da que o Centro Delàs de Estudos pola Paz tamén forma parte. Este informe foi publicado por Campagne tegen Wapenhandel e o Transnational Institute (TNI).

O informe en castelán o podedes ler aquí: www.centredelas.org/images/stories/informes/EU_MilSpending_Crisis-ES3.pdf