The 34th edition of the SIPRI Yearbook analyses developments in 2002 in: DT Security and conflicts DT Military spending and armaments DT Non-proliferation, arms control and disarmament It contains extensive annexes on the implementation of arms control and disarmament agreements and a chronology of security- and arms control-related events. Studies in this volume: DT Trends and challenges in international security DT the Euro-Atlantic system and global security DT the African Union DT major armed conflicts and multilateral peace missions DT the International Criminal Court DT Afghanistan and the new dynamics of intervention DT the nuclear confrontation in South Asia DT the military and security dimensions of the European Union DT security sector reform and NATO and EU enlargement DT the processes of budgeting for the military sector in Africa DT the military sector in a changing context DT world military expenditure and arms production DT unmanned air vehicles and land-attack cruise missiles DT international arms transfers, and the financing factor in arms sales DT arms control in the new security environment DT nuclear arms control, non-proliferation and ballistic missile defence DT world nuclear forces and operational military satellites DT chemical and biological weapons developments and arms control DT conventional arms control in Europe DT landmines and destruction efforts DT supply-side measures DT the International Code of Conduct Against Ballistic Missile Proliferation Essays in this volume: DT Terrorism and the law: past and present international approaches DT The non-military threat spectrum DT The paradox of space weapons DT Is deterrence dead? DT Weapons of mass disruption? The Yearbooks contain unique collections of official documents concluded during the year in the field of arms control, disarmament and international security. The annual accounts and analyses are extensively providing a comprehensive bibliography in each subject area.