Production, transfer, and stockpiling have led to the global proliferation of cluster munitions, and this proliferation has touched, in some way, six continents, developed and developing states, and even non-state armed groups. In Afghanistan, lack of equipment and training negated some of the benefits of a pre-existing demining infrastructure.
Live for today, screw the future! At least 60 states have imported the weapons from 15 states to establish or supplement stockpiles,  and at least nine of the non-producing countries subsequently used cluster munitions in combat.
States parties must provide cooperation and assistance to help other states parties meet their obligations, fulfill detailed reporting requirements which facilitate both implementation and monitoring, take legal and other measures to implement the convention at the national level, and promote the norms of the convention. Several producers, notably the United States and Israel, have used cluster munitions extensively.
Such condemnation of cluster munitions among CCW states was far from unanimous, however. Hezbollah fired at least 118 Chinese-made Type-81 cluster munitions into northern Israel.
Regardless of these technological developments, such weapons have proven a threat to civilians, and therefore their production, like that of all cluster munitions, should be banned.
Second, cluster munitions leave unexploded submunitions, or duds, that continue to kill or injure people after a conflict ends. Indeed those are the same limitations every U.
RT MinesActionCan: Very interesting topic, and we need all the information we can get on the population stats we can get. Create a society where love, creativity, learning, service, freedom with responsibity, exploration, and celebration are some of the prime values and not just given lip service.
Does anyone know on what basis the projections that it is going to fall dramatically are made? What would be the point of reversing Global Warming if half the world is going to starve to death in the meantime?
Human Rights Watch documented multiple cases of its success in Georgia. On December 21, 2001, Arbrabrahim, 52, died while plowing a field in Jebrael near Herat.Banned Weapons Of War – Cluster Bomb Test: CBU-105 Sensor Fuzed Weapon
Or monitor elections, protect refugee camps or displaced persons, or provide technical assistance on the ground as opposed to mere funding in creating rule of law based institutions and courts? They created an environment that was open to multiple points of view yet focused on a shared goal and that was not inhibited by the limits of traditional diplomacy.