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U.S. Has Loosened Rules for Arms Sales, Study Says

The sale of military weapons to other countries, including many that were once barred from making such purchases, has increased sharply since the attacks on Sept. 11, according to a study by a New York research group. As the United States is trying to secure new allies in its fight against terrorism, the study by the World Policy Institute – a research group based at the New School University – says that the nation has expanded the sales of weapons to countries that were once prohibited from receiving American-made goods because of their poor human rights records.Full Story

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