Figure 1 documents the number of states reporting to the United Nations Register of Conventional Arms (UNROCA) from 2001 to 2009.
What does UNRCA stand for?
UNRCA stands for United Nations Register of Conventional Arms (military armament data)
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RELATED ARTICLE: Military spending toolkit WILPF's project Reaching Critical Will has created a military spending toolkit, which includes facts, figures, talking points, questions you could ask sympathetic members of Parliament or Congress to ask the government, suggestions for researching your government's military spending, and a draft letter to government officials requesting their consideration of military spending, development assistance, and reporting to the United Nations Register of Conventional Arms and the United Nations Instrument for Reporting Military Expenditures.
One exception to this trend was the development, in the autumn of 1991, of the United Nations Register of Conventional Arms (hereafter referred to as the Register).
Participation in the United Nations Register of Conventional Arms (Article 7) Arms transfers may be conducted only if the recipient state fully participates in reporting arms transfers to the United Nations Register of Conventional Arms, as defined in United Nations General Assembly Resolution 46/36 L of December 9, 1991.