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Title Promoting further openness and transparency in military matters : an assessment of the United Nations Standardized Instrument for Reporting Military Expenditures
Published [New York] : United Nations, [2010]
©2010
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Description 1 online resource : illustrations
Series UNODA occasional papers ; no. 20
UNODA occasional papers ; no. 20
Contents Introduction -- Background: from military budget reduction to confidence-building measure -- Response patterns and transparency in military expenditure reporting -- Response rates to the United Nations Instrument -- General availability of military expenditure data: the SIPRI military expenditure project -- Patterns of data availability among non-United Nations responders -- Assessing the comprehensiveness and effectiveness of military expenditure data reported through the United Nations Instrument -- Conclusions and recommendations -- Annex: Regional distribution of reports to the United Nations Standardized Instrument for Reporting Military Expenditures; Table 1. Group of African States. Table 2. Group of Asian and Pacific States. Table 3. Group of Eastern European States. Table 4. Group of Latin American and Caribbean States. Table 5. Group of Western European and Other States
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
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Subject Armed Forces -- Appropriations and expenditures.
Confidence and security building measures (International relations)
Transparency in government.
Form Electronic book
Author Perlo-Freeman, Sam.
Stockholm International Peace Research Institute.
United Nations. Office for Disarmament Affairs.
ISBN 9210556852 (electronic bk.)
9789210556859 (electronic bk.)