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(compiled by the AFSC Action Center–American Friends Service Committee)
Jordi Calvo Rufanges, Centre Delàs d’Estudis per la Pau
STATE OF POWER 2021 May 2021
The arms trade is one of the world’s most successful corporate enterprises. Not only has it created an economic system that grows regardless, it has normalised war and security responses to every social crisis.
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[Presentation at the seminar on Euromilitarism, Oorlog is geen Oplossing / VD AMOK / Network No to War – No to NATO, Amsterdam, 14 April 2019 by Mark Akkermann]
Last Wednesday the action group ‘Stop the War on Migrants’ held an unnannounced noise demonstration at the headquarters of European arms giant Airbus in the Dutch city of Leiden. The action, at the day of the annual shareholders meeting of Airbus here in Amsterdam, was in protest of both the arms exports of Airbus to countries in conflict and dictatorships, such as Saudi-Arabia and Egypt, and the role of the company in the militarisation and externalisation of the European borders.
Read more: http://www.stopwapenhandel.org/node/2271
For more information on this subject see an overview of our reports and articles at: http://www.stopwapenhandel.org/bordersecurity