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03 Jun 13. SIPRI: 2013 Yearbook. The Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) launched (3 Jun 13) the findings of SIPRI Yearbook 2013, which assesses the current state of international security, armaments and disarmament. Key findings include: The expansion of its nuclear arsenal by China in 2012; The fall in the number of personnel deployed on peace operations and Stalled progress for a global ban on cluster munitions.
Comment: SIPRI Yearbook is published in the UK by the Oxford University Press, for £100:00 (ISBN 978-0-19-967843-3). SIPRI can be contacted by e-mail (sipri@sipri.org) or online (www.sipri.org). (Source: DNA DEFENCE NEWS ANALYSIS, Issue 13/23, 10 Jun 13)

11 Jun 13. Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue: Global Military Radar Systems Market 2013-2023 – Passive & Active Systems. The global military radar systems market is currently in a state of flux, primarily as a result of sweeping defence budget cuts in many established markets which have impacted heavily on procurement. While counteracting forces of spending increases in emerging markets and new technologies are undoubtedly present, they represent only a limited effect on the military radar systems market as a whole. The security picture over the next decade (involving increased access to ballistic missile technologies and increased tensions in East Asia and the Middle East) will continue to provide a pressing need for procurement and upgraded radar technology, although these demands will continue to be counterbalanced by economic reality. As a consequence, visiongain’s analysis indicates that the military radar systems market is set to reach $8.57bn in 2013. (Source: Yahoo!/PRNewswire)
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