SIPRI Yearbook 2012
‘Our age has confronted no greater ethical, political and institutional challenge than ensuring the protection of civilians, as victims of both war and of mass atrocity crimes.’
From the lead essay by Gareth Evans
- 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 2012
The 43rd edition of the SIPRI Yearbook includes coverage of developments during 2011 in
- Armed conflict
- Peace operations and conflict management
- Military expenditure
- Arms production and military services
- International arms transfers
- World nuclear forces
- Nuclear arms control and non-proliferation
- Reducing security threats from chemical and biological materials
- Conventional arms control
as well as a special study on
and extensive annexes on
- Arms control and disarmament agreements
- International security cooperation bodies
- Events during 2011 in the area of security and arms control
Download the full contents list.
Order SIPRI Yearbook 2012
Published in July 2012 by Oxford University Press on behalf of Stockholm International Peace Research Institute
hardback xx+560 pp.
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Summaries of SIPRI Yearbook 2012 are available in
- Catalan (Fundació per la Pau)
- Dutch (Vlaams Vredesinstituut)
- English (SIPRI)
- French (GRIP)
- German (Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung and Berghof Foundation)
- Italian (Torino World Affairs Institute)
- Spanish (Fundació per la Pau)
- Swedish (SIPRI)
Price: €3.50 per copy plus €5 per order shipping and handling.
For hard copies in other languages, contact the respective publisher.
The findings of SIPRI Yearbook 2012 were launched on 4 June. Read the press release.