SIPRI Yearbook 1993: World Armaments and Disarmament

Hardcover | November 1, 1985

EditorStockholm International Peace Research Institute

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The SIPRI Yearbook 1993 continues SIPRI's review of the latest developments in nuclear weapons, nuclear explosions, world military expenditure, the international arms trade and arms production, chemical and biological weapons, the military use of outer space, the proliferation of ballisticmissile technology, armed conflicts in 1992, US-Soviet nuclear arms control, and conventional arms control in Europe.

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The SIPRI Yearbook 1993 continues SIPRI's review of the latest developments in nuclear weapons, nuclear explosions, world military expenditure, the international arms trade and arms production, chemical and biological weapons, the military use of outer space, the proliferation of ballisticmissile technology, armed conflicts in 1992, US...

Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) was founded in 1966 to commemorate 150 years of unbroken peace in Sweden. Its task is to conduct scientific research into questions of conflict and cooperation of importance for international peace and security, in order to contribute to an understanding of the conditions for pe...

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Format:HardcoverPublished:November 1, 1985Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0198291663

ISBN - 13:9780198291664

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'the SIPRI Yearbook promises to become the reference work for the post-Cold War world'Stephen Iwan Griffiths, University of Leeds, Intelligence and National Security