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  1. Migration – follow the money

    Mark Akkerman
    04 August 2016
    Article

    The EU must acknowledge its part in fuelling the drivers of migration and work to stop them, including the establishment of an embargo on arms sales to the Middle East and North Africa.

  2. Arms Dealers Emerge Big Winners in Europe’s Refugee Crisis

    04 July 2016
    In the media

    The Wire  India - According to a new research report by the Transnational Institute, firms that provide Europe with security infrastructure to deal with the refugee influx are among the biggest arms sellers to the areas of conflict that have the largest outflow of migrants.

  3. Border Wars

    • Mark Akkerman
    04 July 2016
    Report

    While tens of thousands of refugees have died fleeing terrible violence and hardship to get to Europe, not everyone has lost out. This report exposes the military and security companies that have profited from the tragedy, winning contracts to provide the equipment to border guards, the surveillance technology to monitor frontiers, and the IT infrastructure to track population movements.

  4. Military spending, tax evasion and the Netherlands

    02 June 2016
    Infograph

    How is the Netherlands tied up with an expanding global arms industry?

  5. Tax evasion and weapon production

    • Martin Broek
    02 June 2016
    Report

     Six of the top ten world's biggest arms dealers are based in the Netherlands in order to benefit from its favourable tax and trade system.
     

  6. Netherlands Is the Tax Haven of Choice for Global Arms Dealers

    02 June 2016
    In the media

    Telesur - Amongst the big companies using the Dutch tax evasion routes are a large number of arms manufacturers and major international defense companies.

  7. Tax evasion and weapon production: Letterbox arms companies in the Netherlands

    • Martin Broek
    23 December 2015
    Report

    Amongst the big companies using the Dutch evasion routes are a large number of arms manufacturers and major international defence companies. Their almost empty offices or even only mailboxes in the Netherlands gives them the legal possibility pay as little tax as possible with all available legal tricks.

  8. The future of the European Union in the context of climate change and refugees

    Mirjam van Reisen
    02 December 2015
    Article

    Mirjam van Reisen discusses the relationship between climate change, anti-terrorism, refugees and security crises, in occasion of the launch of the book "The Secure and the Dispossessed".

  9. A model country with double standards

    Johan van der Tol
    20 January 2011
    In the media

    The Dutch government oversight on transshipments of arms is not as strict as international rules require.

  10. Why the U.S. won't cut ties with Israel, no matter how extreme its government gets

    Phyllis Bennis
    09 August 2010
    Article

    Israel's defence minister spends much more time in Washington than the nation's pro-"ethnic cleansing" foreign minister; no wonder when the US is committing hundreds of billions of US taxes to Israel's militarization.

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    To Kill, But Not Pollute

    Frank Slijper, David Cronin
    29 June 2010
    In the media

    European Union subsidies earmarked for reducing air travel's contribution to climate change may help develop deadlier warplanes than those already found in the world's arsenals, Brussels officials have admitted.

  12. The Emerging EU Military-Industrial Complex

    • Frank Slijper
    09 March 2007
    Policy briefing
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    EU Militarism

    01 April 2006
    Article
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    The Arms Industry Dominates EU Defence Policy

    TNI Press Release
    04 July 2005
    Article
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    Arms are not Tomatoes

    Martin Broek
    01 September 2002
    Article