Inchiesta rainews24 su nuove armi

Ancora una ottima inchiesta prodotta da rainews24 sulle armi usate nelle ultime guerre: "GAZA. FERITE INSPIEGABILI E NUOVE ARMI" di Flaviano Masella e Maurizio Torrealta

Qui potrete trovare informazioni per capire di più cosa sono queste armi:
Dense Inert Metal Explosive (DIME)

Ma non dobbiamo dimenticare che la dicitura "armi meno mortali" e con effetto collaterale ridotto e selettivo, serve per occultare il nuovo concetto di guerra:
missioni di protezione e tutela della pace.
Armi usate anche dalla polizia durante le manifestazioni ad energia diretta (TASER) che producono calore
Sulle armi "non-letali" vi sarà un convegno a Londra a ottobre:

Less-Lethal Weapons 2006 Conference
Life saving technologies and techniques

The conference aims to cover a range of LLW techniques from Europe and the USA including low-light operations; empaty-handed stills and tactical training. Case studies cover LLW usage in Iraqi crowd control and the G8 summit - as well as the lessons learnt when less-lethal use of force leades to unintentional death. Developments in technology from around the world will be disclosed as well as specific research into unintentional discharges and rapid entry devices.

Through topical and informed presentations, an open discussion forum and by examining real life case studies, the Jane’s Ninth Annual Less-Lethal Weapons Conference will allow you to debate best practice and operational requirements, whilst highlighting new LLW progress, policy and technology.

Who should attend LLW 2006?

This exclusive two day international conference has been created specifically for the following groups:

Leaders and operational personnel from land, naval and air forces
Managers from the Police Service and Security Organisations
Humanitarian and civil liberties groups
Technicians involved in Science and Research fields of LLWs
Industry involved in producing LLWs, munitions and ancillary equipment
Government policy makers
Academics and medical associations
Manufacturers and suppliers