This report documents the government submissions to the UN on the transfer of arms in seven weapons categories in 1992 and compares this data with information published by SIPRI in its arms trade register. It assesses the results of the UN register and the prospects for improving it in 1994.
Readership: Professionals, teachers, and students, concerned with strategic studies, peace studies, and international relations; consultants, policy-makers, international lawyers, and journalists specializing in these areas.
Edward J. Laurance, Professor of International Policy Studies, Monterey Institute of International Studies, Siemon T. Wezeman, Research Assistant, SIPRI Arms Transfers and Arms Production Research Project, and Herbert Wulf, Deputy Director, Institute for Development and Peace, University of Dulsburg
"`a detailed analysis of the first Register'