International yearbooks - subject, Humanities

International Yearbooks - Subject

Unlike general yearbook of international scope, a subject yearbook restricts itself to cover world wide development in a particular subject field. It explains activities of organisations in the field, data on the subject and main trends in research in the subject.

  • World Armaments and Disarmament, SIPRI Yearbook. Stockholm: Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, 1968-69. Annual 

It gives reports on world military expenditure, arms production, strategic nuclear weapons, satellites and on the arms trade, Every yearbook has exclusive articles too.

  • Green Globe Yearbook of International Cooperation on Environment and Development., Oxford : Oxford University Press for the Fridtj of Naziism Institute, Norway, 1992. Annual. 

It shows as openly and objectively as possible the controversies, conflicts and constraints encountered in promoting, development and protecting environment.

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