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Military expenditure in Spain 2012. A chance to reduce the crisis

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The Centre Delàs presents its annual Spanish military spending, in which is proven that the reduction of Spanish military spending in the 2012 budget with respect to 2011 is a 6.33% lesser than other Ministries of social character.

Author: Pere Ortega.

You can download the report here in English, Spanish or Catalan.

Report 11: Banks and Arms: Explosive investments

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Banks and Arms: Explosive investments

The Center Delàs presents its report 11, in the which is proven the importance of the funding of arms trade and the volume in which it has reached within the last years in sixty of the financial entities that operate in Spain. In it shows the ranking of Spanish armed banks, led by BBVA and Santander.

Author: Jordi Calvo Rufanges.

You can download the report here in English, Spanish or Catalan.

Report 10: The Missile Defence System in Rota. A further step towards world militarisation

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The Missile Defence System in Rota. A further step towards world militarisation

The Centre Delàs presents its report 10, in which argues the negative impact that the installation of the military project will have in the Spanish economy and security.

Authors: Teresa de Fortuny and Xavier Bohigas.

You can download the report here in English and Spanish. Soon in Catalan.

Report 9: The controversial Spanish arms trade, a secret business 2001-2010

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The controversial Spanish arms trade, a secret business 2001-2010

The Centre of Delàs presents report 9, where it’s shown that the Spanish State, in 2013 alone, has sold 1,128 million of weapons, many of them destined to countries with armed conflicts, tension, and were human rights are violated.

Authors: Tica Font and Francesc Benitez.

You can download the report here in English, Spanish or Catalan.

Report 8: Spanish arms exports 2000-2009

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The Centre Delàs presents the report 8, in which shows that Spain has become one of the most competitive arm exporter in the world, only behind the world powers. In addition, the Spanish sales do not respect to a great extend the national legislation and the European Union in the sales of armament.

Author: Tica Font.

You can download the report here in English, Spanish or Catalan.

Militarismo en América Latina

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Militarismo en América Latina

Este trabajo se focaliza en alertar acerca del militarismo en ascenso que está sufriendo el continente, y advertir que este hecho puede frenar el desarrollo económico y social, a la vez que puede abrir la puerta a nuevos conflictos armados.

Authors: Pere Ortega and Juan Sebastián Gómez.

You can download the report here in Spanish and Catalan. Soon in English.

Report 7: The Truth About the Spanish Military Expenditure 2011

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The truth about military expenditure 2011. Military expenditure and R&D in times of crisis

The Centre Delàs presents its report 7, in which confirms the severe economic crisis and international depression because of the deficit reduction. In addition, the Spanish government aims to continue favor military spending and military R&D compared to other such as health and education, that see its budget greatly reduced compared to military budget.

Authors: Pere Ortega and Xavier Bohigas.

You can download the report here in English, Spanish or Catalan.

NeoConOpticon Report

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NeoConOpticon Report

The book from the Transnational Institute, reveals the tight established relations between security policies of the European Commission of the EU and the great industrial military groups that, in mutual agreement, have casted shared programs of security. This has produced a drift to militarized security, as show in multiple initiatives (ESPR, FRONTEX...) casted from the EU. A report that alerts about the increase of European military industry lobby, in which threatens to and takes away civil liberties to the European population.

You can download the report here in English and Spanish. Soon in Catalan.

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