SIPRI YEARBOOK 2004: Armaments, Disarmament, and International Security

Hardcover | October 8, 2004

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The 35th edition of the SIPRI Yearbook analyses developments in 2003 in o Security and conflicts o Military spending and armaments o Non-proliferation, arms control and disarmament The SIPRI Yearbook contains extensive annexes on the implementation of arms control and disarmament agreements and a chronology of events during the year in the area of security and arms control. Studies in this volume: o Iraq: the legacy o Euro-Atlantic organizations and relationships o The Iraq war: enduring controversies and challenges o Major armed conflicts and multilateral peace missions o Post-conflict justice: developments in international courts o China's new security multilateralism and implications for the Asia-Pacific region o National defence reform and the African Union o Security sector reform in the Western Balkans o Sciences and technology-based military innovation: the United States and Europe. o World military expenditure and arms production o Military expenditure in the Middle East and the Iraq war o Arms industries in Belarus, Russia and Ukraine o International arms transfers and the suppliers of ballistic missile technology o Biological weapons and potential indicators of offensive biological weapon activities o Major trends in arms control and non-proliferation o Nuclear arms control and non-proliferation, world nuclear forces and ballistic missile defence o Chemical and biological warfare developments and arms control o The SARS epidemic and biochemical weapon threats o Conventional arms control o Transfer controls and arms destruction programmes o Withdrawal from arms control treaties The annual accounts and analyses are extensively footnoted, providing a comprehensive bibliography in each subject area.

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The 35th edition of the SIPRI Yearbook analyses developments in 2003 in o Security and conflicts o Military spending and armaments o Non-proliferation, arms control and disarmament The SIPRI Yearbook contains extensive annexes on the implementation of arms control and disarmament agreements and a chronology of events during the year i...

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:HardcoverDimensions:898 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 2.13 inPublished:October 8, 2004Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Alyson J. K. Bailes: Introduction Iraq: The LegacyPart I: Security and Conflicts 20031. Pal Dunnay and Zdzislaw Lachowski: Euro-Atlantic Organizations and Relationships2. Andrew Cottey: The Iraq War: The Enduring Controversies and Challenges3. Renata Dwan and Micaela Gustavsson: Major Armed ConflictsMikael Eriksson and Peter Wallensteen: Appendix 3A: Patterns of Major Armed Conflicts 1990-2003Mikael Eriksson and Peter Wallensteen: Appendix 3B: Definitions, Sources, and Methods for the Conflict Data4. Renata Dwan and Sharon Wiharta: Multilateral Peace Missions5. Sharon Wiharta: Post-conflict Justice: Developments in International Courts6. Bates Gill: China's New Security Multilateralism and its Implications for the Asia-Pacific Region7. Rocky Williams: National Defence Reform and the African Union8. Marina Caparini: Security Sector Reform in the Western BalkansPart II: Military Spending and Armaments 20039. Bjorn Hagelin: Science- and Technology-based Military Intervention: The United States and Europe10. Elisabeth Skons, Catalina Perdomo, Sam Perlo-Freeman, and Petter Stalenheim: Military ExpenditurePetter Stalenheim, Catalina Perdomo, Wuyi Omitoogun, and Elisabeth Skons: Appendix 10A: Tables of Military ExpenditurePetter Stalenheim: Appendix 10B: Tables of NATO Military Expenditure by CategoryPetter Stalenheim: Appendix 10C: Sources and Methods for Military Expenditure DataElisabeth Skons and Natasza Nazet: Appendix 10D: The Reporting of Military Expenditure DataWuyi Omitoogun: Appendix 10E: Military Expenditure in the Middle East After the Iraq War11. Elisabeth Skons, Sibylle Bauer, and Eamon Surry: Arms ProductionEamon Surry, Reinhilde Weidacher and the SIPRI Arms Industry Network: Appendix 11A: The 100 Largest Arms-producing Companies 2002Eamon Surry and Hannes Baumann: Appendix 11B: Table of Acquisitions 2003Julian Cooper: Appendix 11C: The Arms Industries of the Russian Federation, Ukraine and Belarus12. Bjorn Hagelin, Mark Bromley, and Siemon T. Wezeman: International Arms TransfersBjorn Hagelin, Mark Bromley, and Siemon T. Wezeman: Appendix 12A: The Volume of Transfers of Major Weapons: by Recipients and Suppliers 1999-2003Bjorn Hagelin, Mark Bromley, and Siemon T. Wezeman: Appendix 12B: Register of the Trade in and Licensed Production of Major Conventional Weapons 2003Bjorn Hagelin and Siemon T. Wezeman: Appendix 12C: Sources and Methods for Arms Transfers DataSiemon T. Wezeman: Appendix 12D: Suplliers of Ballistic Missile Technology13. Roger Roffey: Biological Weapons and Potential Indicators of Offensive Biological Weapon ActivitiesPart III: Non-proliferation, Arms Control, and Disarmament 200314. Ian Anthony: Major Trends in Arms Control and Non-proliferation15. Nuclear Arms Control and Non-proliferationHans M. Kristensen: Appendix 15A: World Nuclear ForcesShannon N. Kile: Appendix 15B: Ballistic Missile Defence16. Richard Guthrie, John Hart, Frida Kuhlau, and Jacqueline Simon: Chemical and Biological Warfare Developments and Arms ControLJames Thuo Njuguna: Appendix 16A: The SARS Epidemic: The Control of Infectious Diseases and Biological Weapon Threats17. Zdzislaw Lachowski and Martin Sjogren: Conventional Arms Control18. Ian Anthony and Sibylle Bauer: Transferable Controls and Destruction Programmes19. Christer Ahlstrom: Withdrawal from Arms Control TreatiesAnnexes