Women in Brunei Darussalam have gained greater political power in recent years. There are no current armed conflicts involving Brunei Darussalam. In spite of this peace, Brunei has not enacted a domestic violence law that would protect Bruneian women from violence. Brunei Darussalam acceded to the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) in 2006. Currently, Brunei is listed at number 102 out of 144 countries ranked in the 2017 Global Gender Gap Index (GGI). Brunei Darussalam has not signed the Arms Trade Treaty (ATT). During the 2017 October Security Council Open Debate, Brunei Darussalam did not make any statements affirming support for the implementation of UNSCR 1325 and the WPS Agenda holistically. In 2017, $346.7 million was spent by Brunei on its military; however, they have not developed a National Action Plan on the Implementation of Resolution 1325 (2000). Bruneian women and civil society are working to see the guarantee of peace for women throughout the country.