This media kit was updated in advance of the May 29 release of Banning Cluster Munitions: Government Policy and Practice.
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Banning Cluster Munitions is the first report to take an in-depth, country-by-country look at how the “Oslo Process,” the diplomatic initiative started by Norway in November 2006, resulted in the 2008 Convention on Cluster Munitions. Charting the evolution of cluster munition policy in 150 countries, this report highlights dramatic changes experienced by major powers such as France and the United Kingdom. Banning Cluster Munitions also provides new information on cluster munition use, production, stockpiling, and trade.
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