Yes, I believe that rogue nations should face restrictions from the UN regarding arms sales, because rogue nations are not at peace. These nations are still determining their identity, and they are subject to manipulation by nations that want to affect their interests through arms sales. They should have restrictions to work out their plans peacefully.
Rogue nations should face restrictions from the UN regarding arms sales, even though the UN does not have a strong backbone. Many countries do not fear the UN because they do not take action if a country disregards them. It would be much better if the UN took action against nations if need be.
Rogue nations should face arms sales restrictions from the UN because the chances that those arms will end up going to corrupt groups is much higher than in other - non-rogue - nations. Danger would be increased in that country. One country should not profit off of the indirect corruptness of another.
No, they need to go ahead and let them sale what they want to, then when a group that has the guns does some violence with them, the UN needs to go in and teach them a good lesson so that the next people know not to try a thing.
They will be out to commit more.No, reducing the amount of juvenile offenders in prison will not lower crime rates, because the people will be more likely to out on the streets committing crime. Some people are always going to be predisposed to be unable to follow the law. These people should be disabled by being in jail, so that they cannot be out hurting other people.