SIPRI Yearbook 2011
‘The world is likely to face a difficult period of growing uncertainty and fragility and a diffusion of risks and threats. In light of these challenges, SIPRI and the SIPRI Yearbook will continue to diligently observe and analyse these and other developments related to international security, armaments and disarmament.’
From the Introduction by SIPRI Director Dr Bates Gill
SIPRI Yearbook 2011 is a compendium of data and analysis in the areas of
- Security and conflicts
- Military spending and armaments
- Non-proliferation, arms control and disarmament
These pages contain summaries and samples of the Yearbook's contents. Printed copies are available to purchase either directly from the publisher, Oxford University Press, or elsewhere and include free access to the full-text online edition at www.sipriyearbook.org.
About SIPRI Yearbook 2011
The 42nd edition of the SIPRI Yearbook includes coverage of developments during 2010 in
- Major armed conflicts
- Multilateral peace operations
- Military expenditure
- Arms production
- International arms transfers
- World nuclear forces, and stocks and production of fissile materials
- Nuclear arms control and non-proliferation
- Reducing security threats from chemical and biological materials
- Conventional arms control and military confidence building
- Strategic trade controls
- Multilateral arms embargoes
as well as special studies on
- Corruption and the arms trade
- Resources and armed conflict
- The fragile consensus in peace operations
and extensive annexes on
The findings of SIPRI Yearbook 2011 were launched on 7 June.
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Published in July 2011 by Oxford University Press on behalf of Stockholm International Peace Research Institute
hardback xxiv+564 pp.
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