Trends in world military expenditure, 2012
From 15 April 2013 the SIPRI Military Expenditure Database includes newly released information on military expenditure in 2012. This Fact Sheet describes the global, regional and national trends in military expenditure that are revealed by the new data, with a special focus on security spending in Central America.
SIPRI Yearbook 2012 (Oxford University Press: Oxford, 2012), 147-216.
SIPRI Yearbook 2011 (Oxford University Press: Oxford, 2011), pp. 157-229.
SIPRI Yearbook 2010 (Oxford University Press: Oxford, 2010), pp. 177-249.
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Military expenditure and the global culture of militarism',Perlo-Freeman, S.
Chapter 11 in Kassimeris, C. & Gouliamos, K. (eds), The marketing of war in the age of neo-militarism, London: Routledge, 2012.
University of California Institute on Global Conflict and Co-operation, North-East Asia Defense Transparency Project Policy Brief 2011-4,
Promoting further transparency in military matters: an assessment of the United Nations Standardized Instrument for Reporting Military ExpendituresPerlo-Freeman, S. and Kryvonos, Y.,
UN Office for Disarmament Affairs Occasional Paper no. 20,
In search of a peace dividend, The Statesman's Yearbook 2007:The Politics, Cultures and Economies of the WorldSköns, E.,
(Palgrave Macmillan: New York and Basingstoke, 2007).
See full list of other publications here.
SIPRI Policy Paper no. 31,
SIPRI Insights on Peace and Security No.2011/2, December 2011.
SIPRI Fact Sheet,
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Presentation Paper in SIPRI,
Background paper prepared for Oxfam GB,
A research note prepared as background to the SIPRI Yearbook chapter on military expenditure, August 2012.
The developmental impact of military budgeting and procurement – implications for an arms trade treatyPerlo-Freeman, S. & Perdomo, C.
Report prepared for Oxfam GB,
See full list of unpublished papers here.