Ari Tolany is a research consultant with Women for Weapons Trade Transparency, where her research focuses on the arms trade, civilian harm, and state fragility. Previously, Ari was the U.S. program manager at Center for Civilians in Conflict and a Scoville Peace Fellow at the Stimson Center. 

In a wide-angle photograph, people walk through a sea of rubble.
How Israel Got an Endless Supply of U.S.-Made Smart Bombs
Nearly three years ago, Congress gave Israel a pass to stockpile precision-guided bombs “without regard to annual limits.” An inside source confirms that even more have been transferred since October 7.
Ari Tolany, Lillian Mauldin, Janet Abou-Elias and Women for Weapons Trade Transparency