- Armament and disarmament
- Conflict, peace and security
- Peace and development
Appendix 2A presents data on the 51 multilateral peace missions which were initiated, ongoing or terminated in 2001. It also discusses peace missions in the Balkans and Africa and the International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan.
Dr Renata Dwan (Ireland) is the Leader of the SIPRI Project on Conflict Prevention, Management and Resolution. Previously, she was Deputy Director of the EastWest Institute (EWI) European Security Programme at the EWI Budapest Centre. She was Hedley Bull Junior Research Fellow in International Relations at the University of Oxford. Her most recent publications include the edited volume Building Security in the New States of Eurasia: Subregional Cooperation in the Former Soviet Space (2000) and, for SIPRI, Preventing Violent Conflict: The Search for Political Will, Strategies and Effective Tools (2000) and SIPRI Research Report no. 16, Executive Policing: Enforcing the Law in Peace Operations (2002). She is currently on leave from SIPRI to serve as Special Adviser to the European Union Police Mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina planning in the Secretariat of the Council of the European Union.
Thomas Papworth (United Kingdom) was Research Assistant on the SIPRI Projects Conflicts and Peace Enforcement, and Conflict Prevention, Management and Resolution. Before joining SIPRI he was an intern at the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) in London. He contributed to the SIPRI Yearbooks in 2000 and 2001.
Sharon Wiharta (Indonesia) is a Research Assistant on the SIPRI Projects Conflicts and Peace Enforcement, and Conflict Prevention, Management and Resolution. Prior to joining SIPRI she worked at the Center for International Affairs at the University of Washington in Seattle.