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The Journal of Conventional Weapons Destruction (formerly The Journal of ERW and Mine Action) is a professional trade journal for the humanitarian mine action, explosive remnants of war (ERW), and conventional weapons destruction (CWD) communities. It is a forum for best practices and methodologies, strategic planning, risk education and survivor assistance.

The Journal began in 1997 and is the longest continuous source of information on Mine Action, ERW, and CWD in the world.

Current Issue: Volume 21, Issue 2 (2017) The Journal of Conventional Weapons Destruction Issue 21.2

Feature: The Evolving Nature of Survey
Special Report: 21st Century Survey in Eastern Ukraine and the use of Technology in Insecure Environments
Spotlight: Southeast Asia
Field Notes
Research and Development

Articles

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From the Director
Kenneth Rutherford

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MEDIAWIKI: SUPPORTING IMSMA DOCUMENTATION
Dionysia Kontotasiou and Olivier Cottray

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Mine Detecting Rats Make an Impact in Cambodia
Cynthia Fast, Håvard Bach, Paul McCarthy, and Christophe Cox

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Mine Action in Burma: Building Trust and Incremental Gains
Greg Crowther, Josephine Dresner, and Michael Dresner

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21.2 Endnotes
CISR JMU

The Journal of Conventional Weapons Destruction Issue 21.2