Armaments, Disarmament and International Security: Sipri Yearbook 2022

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AuthorStockholm International Peace Research Institute - SIPRIDate31/8/2023No. of Pages896EditionFirstISBN9786144980347E-ISBN9786144980798


Weight1,285 kg
Dimensions24 × 17 cm
Product Type

Electronic, Paper


Wars and conflicts dominate the general scene in the world, along with natural, climatic and microbial risks, which have taken an upward trend recently, causing millions of victims and causing economic and social disasters. All of this require international cooperation to confront their causes and consequences.

Since 2003, the Center for Arab Unity Studies- in cooperation with the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI), continues to publish the Arabic version of the book Armaments, Disarmament and International Security, which SIPRI has published annually since 1966.

Sipri’s book deals with the most prominent events related to armed conflicts and armament around the world. It also presents disarmament processes and peace and truce agreements that occur in areas witnessing civil wars or conflicts between countries, in addition to dealing with natural disasters and risks that threaten security. This year’s book covers armaments, armed conflicts, the coronavirus pandemic and climate change issues in 2021 and in the first months of 2022. The chapters of the book cover these developments in various continents and countries of the world, pointing to the peace processes that took place between countries and conflicting poles in some regions, thus providing reference material of interest to all those working and interested in military and security affairs, armaments affairs, conflicts and security in its broad sense, including researchers, experts, diplomats, leaders and decision-makers. This contributes to the accumulation of knowledge at the level of armament and security in general.

مركز دراسات الوحدة العربية

مركز دراسات الوحدة العربية

The urgency for the establishment for an Arab Unity as a means of reaching independence, solutions to political and economic turmoil, and the establishment a network of cooperation and mutual assistant-ship among countries of the region.

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