SIPRI Yearbook 2000: Armaments, Disarmament, and International Security

Hardcover | August 1, 2000

EditorStockholm International Peace Research Institute

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The 31st edition of the Yearbook analyses developments in 1999 in: Security and conflicts; Military spending and armaments; Non-proliferation, arms control and disarmament, with extensive annexes on arms control and disarmament agreements, a chronology of security- and arms control-relatedevents, and a comprehensive glossary of terms and membership of international organizations.

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The 31st edition of the Yearbook analyses developments in 1999 in: Security and conflicts; Military spending and armaments; Non-proliferation, arms control and disarmament, with extensive annexes on arms control and disarmament agreements, a chronology of security- and arms control-relatedevents, and a comprehensive glossary of terms...

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:August 1, 2000Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0199241627

ISBN - 13:9780199241620

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`The SIPRI Yearbook remains an indispensable tool for all concerned with the world of armaments, disarmament, and security. It enters the new Millennium with all its old authority, and remains the standard source of information on miliary expenditure, arms production, the major arms producingcompanies, the transfers of conventional weapons, and nuclear arms control and proliferation.'Stephen Smith, The Amnesty Report, Spokesman 69, 2000.