Volume 15 No. 4, December 2001


Feature articles

In Sudan, adolescent boys walk away
from the weapons they once carried
as child soldiers.
Photo: ©UNICEF / Stevie Mann

Small arms in Africa:
Counting the cost of
gun violence

*Helping children say 'no' to guns

What Doha means for Africa
*New agenda for trade talks

'Conflict diamonds'
evade UN sanctions

*Kimberly agreement on
global diamond regulations

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