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Réguler le commerce des armes par le Parlement et l’opinion publique : Comparaison du contrôle des exportations d’armement en Allemagne, France, Royaume-Uni et Suède

Abstract : Regulating the arms trade by the Parliament and public opinion. A comparison of arms export controls in Germany, France, the United Kingdom and Sweden.
In seeking to explain why some European states strongly regulate arms exports but others weakly, this article argues that there is no Europeanization of arms export controls, and that neither the state-industry relationship nor the involvement of executive actors explain these variations. Two alternative hypotheses matter: the position of Parliament in the arms export control decision-making process, and the salience of the arms sales issue in the view of public opinion.
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Lucie Béraud-Sudreau, Samuel B.H. Faure, Michael Sladeczek. Réguler le commerce des armes par le Parlement et l’opinion publique : Comparaison du contrôle des exportations d’armement en Allemagne, France, Royaume-Uni et Suède. Politique européenne, l'Harmattan, 2015, 2 (48), pp.82 - 121. ⟨10.3917/poeu.048.0082⟩. ⟨hal-03399300⟩

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