I'll leave that line of questioning, although I'm still not quite sure that $250,000 is an adequate amount.
I fully support—and I think most of us here fully support—the whole concept of a rules-based international system. Could you provide us with a list of countries that is organized by volume in arms trade and that is cross-referenced with those countries that are signatories to the ATT or are in the process of ratifying and acceding to it? That can be provided at a later date.
The reason I ask for that—and I think it's quite important—is that there's this other component to it. There are countries that we're particularly worried about, whether they have an international rules-based, treaty-based system, like Russia, or whether they are gross human rights abusers, like Myanmar. In our hemisphere we're terribly worried about the situation in Venezuela. None of those countries are on this particular list. This is, I assume, a first round in trying to get as many countries as possible onto the list and to sign up.
Are we aware that there might be a second round, where we'll start...? This is the foundation for an international system that would control arms. It's still lacking teeth in many ways. Are there any plans that you could share with us—or maybe Canada can be an initiator once we've ratified—regarding a second round that would see a strengthening of the ATT system that's being put in place?