The Military Balance 2021

Published each year since 1959, The Military Balance is an indispensable reference to the capabilities of armed forces across the globe. It will be of interest to anyone interested in security and military issues and is regularly consulted by academia, media, armed forces, the private sector and government. Les mer
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Published each year since 1959, The Military Balance is an indispensable reference to the capabilities of armed forces across the globe. It will be of interest to anyone interested in security and military issues and is regularly consulted by academia, media, armed forces, the private sector and government.


Key Elements:


1. Data on the military organisations, equipment inventories and defence budgets of 171 countries


2. Analysis of major developments affecting defence policy and procurement, and defence economics, arranged region-by-region.


3. Key trends in the land, sea and air domains, and in cyberspace


4. Selected defence procurement programmes, arranged region-by-region


5. Full-colour graphics including maps and illustrations


6. Extensive explanatory notes and references


7. The hardcopy edition is accompanied by a full-colour wall chart


Features in the 2021 edition include:


- Analytical texts on future maritime competition, battle management systems, China's civil-military integration and fractures in the arms-control environment


- Military cyber capabilities


- Analysis of developments in defence policy, military capability and defence economics and industry for China, Egypt, Finland, Indonesia, Russia, Senegal and the United States.


- A wallchart illustrating global submarine holdings and key trends in subsurface warfare

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Editor's introduction





Part One Capabilities, Trends and Economics


Domain trends





Chapter 1: Defence and military analysis








Thematic text one: The future of maritime competition







Thematic text two: Civil-military integration in China







Thematic text three: Battle Management Systems







Arms control in 2021.











Chapter 2 Comparative defence statistics








Defence budgets and expenditure







Aerospace domain graphic







Land domain graphic







Naval domain graphic







Key defence statistics








Chapter 3 North America








Regional trends infographics







United States: defence policy and economics







Canada: defence policy







Armed forces data section







Arms procurements and deliveries








Chapter 4 Europe








Regional trends infographics







Regional defence policy and defence economics







Finland: defence policy and defence economics







Armed forces data section







Arms procurements and deliveries








Chapter 5 Russia and Eurasia








Regional trends infographics







Russia: defence policy and defence economics







Ukraine: military modernisation







Armed forces data section







Arms procurements and deliveries








Asia








Regional trends infographics







Regional defence policy and economics







China: defence policy and defence economics







Indonesia: defence policy and economics







Armed forces data section







Arms procurements and deliveries








Chapter 7 Middle East and North Africa








Regional trends infographics







Regional defence policy and defence economics







Egypt: defence policy and defence economics







Armed forces data section







Arms procurements and deliveries








Latin America and the Caribbean








Regional trends infographics







Regional defence policy and defence economics







Argentina: defence policy and defence economics







Armed forces data section







Arms procurements and deliveries








Sub-Saharan Africa








Regional trends infographics







Regional defence policy and defence economics







Senegal: defence policy and economics







Armed forces data section







Arms procurements and deliveries








Part Two Reference








Explanatory notes







Principal land definitions; Principal naval definitions; Principal aviation definitions







List of abbreviations for data sections







International comparisons of defence expenditure and military personnel







Military cyber capability







Index of country/territory abbreviations







Index of countries and territories

Om forfatteren

The International Institute for Strategic Studies is an independent centre for research, information and debate on the problems of conflict, however caused, that have, or potentially have, an important military content. The staff of the Institute is international in composition and IISS work is international in its perspective and reach. The Institute is independent and stresses rigorous fact-based research with a forward-looking policy orientation that can improve wider public understanding of international security problems and influence the development of sounder public policy, and more effective business decisions in the international arena.