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Faltas, S., & Di Chiaro III, J. (Eds.). (2000). Managing the remnants of war - Micro-disarmament as an element of peace-building. Baden-Baden: Nomos.

Most armed conflicts today are waged within states. When a conflict is settled, the process of peace-building must begin. One of the first challenges is Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration. The risk of fresh violence will be reduced if combatants turn to peaceful pursuits, and their... more

Di Chiaro III, J. (1998, July). Reasonable measures: Addressing the excessive accumulation and unlawful use of small arms (Brief series No. 11). Bonn: BICC.

BICC brief 11 „Reasonable Measures:Addressing the Excessive Accumulation and Unlawful Use of Small Arms” is directed to interested governments and organizations, acting both unilaterally and collectively to address the issue, as well as those states directly affected by excessive accumulation and... more

Di Chiaro III, J. (1996, November). Conference on dismantlement and destruction of nuclear, chemical and conventional weapons, 19-21 May 1996 (Paper series No. 6). Bonn: BICC.

From 19 to 21 May 1996, representatives of sixteen countries and five international organizations (see attached participants list) met at the Gästehaus Petersberg in Bonn, Germany, to discuss ongoing and future efforts in the dismantlement and destruction of nuclear, chemical and conventional... more

Di Chiaro III, J. (1995, March). Conversion of the defense industry in Russia and Eastern Europe. Proceedings of the BICC/CISAC workshop on conversion held 10-13 August 1994

The collection of papers in BICC Report 3 represents a sampling of presentations made at the Bonn International Center for Conversion’s inaugural event – a workshop on conversion of the defense industry in Russia and Eastern Europe, held 11-13 August 1994 in Bonn. The workshop, cohosted by Stanford... more

Laurance, E., Wulf, H., & Di Chiaro III, J. (1994, December). Conversion and the integration of economic and security dimensions

The rapidity of change which greeted the end of the cold war has put a strain on the successful management of down-sizing of defense budgets, armed forces and defense industry, and the practical reallocation of physical, financial and human capital. Initial attempts at conversion have faced various... more