Atlas of War and Peace

Monograph

Smith, Dan (2003) Atlas of War and Peace. : .

A comprehensive and easy-to-use reference that provides a global overview of conflicts and military trends at the start of the 21st century.

A comprehensive and easy-to-use reference that provides a global overview of conflicts and military trends at the start of the 21st century. Its unique format gives shape and meaning to the statistics about the world's war zones, covering key issues such as terrorism and the 'war on terror', the arms trade and military spending, alliances and peacekeeping. From Afghanistan to Sierra Leone, Colombia to Northern Ireland, the atlas analyses all the key issues: the causes and the costs of war, the treaties, the arms trade, the death tolls, terrorism, child soldiers, refugees, the roles of the UN and the US, war crimes, peacebuilding - and maps all the processes involved.

Authors

Dan Smith

Dan Smith

PRIO Director 1993-2001, Senior Adviser