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The next five importers—Angola, Greece, South Korea, Syria and Turkey— accounted for another 11 per cent, so that the top fifteen importers accounted for nearly two-thirds of the major weapons transferred abroad. In the industrialized countries, the major importers of major weapons during the past five years were: Japan (accounting for about 16 per cent of the total), Czechoslovakia (about 8 per cent), Spain (about 8 per cent), Turkey (about 7 per cent), Poland (about 7 per cent), Canada (about 5 per cent) and Greece (about 5 per cent).
Whether or not these arms races are a direct cause of war is not known. But it is certain that, once conflict breaks out, the sophisticated weapons acquired through the arms trade considerably increase the level of conflict. Almost all of the 200 or so wars fought since the Second World War have been fought with weapons imported from the industrialized countries. Some 20 million people have been killed in these wars. The armssellers must take some responsibility for these deaths. Countries with even the most appalling human rights records have no difficulty buying weapons abroad, including weapons used to quell public protests and demonstrations.
The problem of getting the timing of the shaped-charge detonations and the injection of the neutron pulse right is mainly theoretical, in calculating the timing sequence for optimum efficiency. The practical problems of manufacturing the electronic components and building the circuits to produce the calculated sequence of triggering pulses are much less difficult. The alternative to plutonium-239 as the fissile material in a nuclear weapon is uranium-235, although some of the most advanced types of nuclear weapon contain both materials arranged in thin concentric shells, rather than a solid sphere.