SIPRI Yearbook 1994
The Yearbook is SIPRI's annual compendium of data and analysis of developments in security and conflicts, military spending and armaments and non-proliferation, arms control and disarmament.
These pages contain summaries of the Yearbook's chapters, appendices and annexes.
About SIPRI Yearbook 1994
The 25th edition of the SIPRI Yearbook highlights the efforts of various regions—Asia–Pacific, North Asia, the Middle East, Europe, Russia and the CIS—to engage in a new type of dialogue in order to promote co-operation and stave off conflict. In particular, the United Nations peacekeeping missions are described and analysed in an important new study. The Yearbook presents detailed information on arms and arms control issues and analyses the new security arrangements for Europe and the implementation of the sweeping nuclear and conventional arms reduction treaties that have been signed so far in this decade. It examines the post-Soviet threats to security and the new conflicts emerging in this region.
The Yearbook continues SIPRI's review of the latest developments in nuclear weapons, world military expenditure, the international arms trade and arms production, chemical and biological weapons and major armed conflicts, and presents the annual chronology of events related to important world security issues.
Part I. Global and regional security and conflicts, 1993
1. Multilateral conflict prevention, management and resolution
2. Major armed conflicts
3. The Middle East: the peace and security-building process
4. South-East Asia and the new Asia-Pacific security dialogue
5. North-East Asia and challenges to multilateral security institutions
6. Conflict developments on the territory of the former Soviet Union
7. Europe: towards a new regional security regime
Part II. Weapons and technology proliferation, 1993
Part III. Military expenditure, arms production and trade, 1993
Part IV. Arms control and disarmament, 1993
14. Conventional arms control and security co-operation in Europe
15. Nuclear arms control and an extended non-proliferation regime
16. Nuclear arms control
17. The Chemical Weapons Convention: institutionalization and preparation for entry into force
18. Biological weapon and arms control developments
19. UNSCOM: activities in 1993