The Naval Arms Trade

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SIPRI, 1990 - Всего страниц: 221
This book offers a sober appraisal of the world trade in naval weapon systems at a time when recent attacks on merchant shipping in the Persian Gulf have kept maritime security at the centre of global attention. At the same time India, outside the international non-proliferation regime, has become the first-ever customer for a nuclear attack submarine. In 1987-88, the most expensive and controversial arms sales were related to naval systems, and yet while regional navies are busy increasing their firepower, the traditional naval powers remain dependent on their sea-borne trade. In particular the book highlights critical areas in which trade in naval systems differs from the sale of land or air systems, and it discusses the implications of these differences.
 

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Introduction
1
Notes and references
17
3 Value of exports of naval equipment
23
4 Shipborne aircraft complements of selected
39
Notes and references
60
Collaborative naval programmes
65
Notes and references
80
1 Deliveries of submarines 194688 46
88
Notes and references
114
Notes and references
130
Notes and references
149
Conclusions
155
Notes and references
169
Secondhand ships transferred 194788
175
Maritime patrol aircraft and their surveillance
204
Index
212

Notes and references
100

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Ian Anthony is a Researcher with the SIPRI Arms Trade Project.

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