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About SIPRI Yearbook Online 

SIPRI Yearbook Online houses the SIPRI Yearbooks from 2010 to present on one consolidated online platform. Published every year in conjunction with OUP, the SIPRI Yearbooks are essential compendiums of global data and analysis in the areas of:

  • Security and conflicts
  • Military spending and armaments
  • Non-proliferation, arms control, and disarmament

SIPRI Yearbook Online is now available for purchase or subscription for the first time so you can access SIPRI’s prestigious yearbooks on one, consolidated online resource. With SIPRI Yearbook Online you can:

  • Use advanced search functionality to search the whole site, within your results, and within each book, enabling you to easily find the content you need for your research
  • Personalize the site to suit your research, saving chapters and searches for quick access on your next visit
  • Share content using our simple email and social networking tools, generating important discussions with your colleagues and friends
  • Save time by exporting citations to a selection of reference management software

 To take a tour through the site, and find out how to best use these features, visit our 'Take a Tour' page.

About SIPRI

The Stockholm International Peace and Research Institute was established in 1966, and is dedicated to research into conflict, armaments, arms control and disarmament. It provides data, analysis and recommendations, based on open sources, to policymakers, researchers, media and the interested public. The organisation's vision is of "a world in which sources of insecurity are identified and understood, conflicts are prevented or resolved, and peace is sustained," and endeavours to:

  • Undertake research and activities on security, conflict and peace
  • Provide policy analysis and recommendations
  • Facilitate dialogue and build capacities
  • Promote transparency and accountability
  • Deliver authoritative information to global audiences

Find out more about the institution by visiting the SIPRI website.