This Module contains the Course Introduction and Development of the Arms Trade Treaty.
This module deals with the scope of the material or physical items whose transfer must be controlled under the Arms Trade Treaty.
This Module introduces another aspect of the scope of the Arms Trade Treaty, namely the “activities of the international trade”.
This Module explains two particular obligations contained in the Arms Trade Treaty, namely those set out in Article 6(1) and 6(2).
This Module explains the obligations contained in Article 6(3) applicable to all States Parties.
This Module explains the criteria set out in Article 7(1) and 7(4) of the Arms Trade Treaty for a State Party to assess the risks of an export of conventional arms and/or related items if it were to be authorised.
This Module examines the concepts and procedures set out in Article 7 for a State Party to authorise an export.
This Module provides an overview of the rights, obligations, and suggested measures contained in various provisions of the Arms Trade Treaty that States Parties apply when importing conventional arms and related items covered by the Treaty.
This Module outlines ways that State Parties can interpret and implement Article 9 in accordance with their other overlapping obligations under the Arms Trade Treaty and with other relevant obligations in international agreements on transit and trans-shipment to which they are a party.
This Module provides an overview of the obligations and suggested measures that States Parties of the Arms Trade Treaty take to regulate the brokering of conventional arms and related items.
This Module explains what is meant by the diversion of conventional arms transfers and relates its key features to the main provisions of Article 11 of the Arms Trade Treaty as well as other relevant international standards designed to prevent the diversion of such arms.
This Module covers record keeping and reporting by States Parties to the Arms Trade Treaty.
This Module concerns Articles 5 (on General Implementation), 14 (on Enforcement), 15 (on International Cooperation) and 16 (on International Assistance).