Conversion Survey, 1998: Global Disarmament, Defense Industry Consolidation and Conversion

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country and regional index
First line entries refer to the BIC3D Index. Additional entries in Data Appendix are not indexed.
A
Afghanistan:24
Africa:24, 27
demobilization 39
employment 151
military expenditures 29, 34
military technology 93, 95
surplus weapons 55
Africa, Central:27-28
Africa, East:28
Africa, North:28

military expenditures 34

Africa, Southern:27-28
Africa, Sub-Saharan

demobilization 41

Africa, West:28
Albania:24, 26-27
Algeria:24, 26

military expenditures 34

America:27
demobilization 39
employment 151
military expenditures 29, 31, 33
surplus weapons 55
America, Central:28

demobilization 41

America, Latin:24, 26

military expenditures 30

America, North:27-28
concentration 157
demobilization 39-40
employment 152
America, South:28
employment 152
military expenditures 31
military technology 95
Angola:22, 24

demobilization 41, 44-45

Argentina:23, 25

employment 153

Armenia:25-26

research and development 37

Asia:27
arms trade 84-85
demobilization 39
employment 151
military expenditures 29-30, 33
military technology 95
surplus weapons 55
Asia, Central:27-28
Asia, East:27-28
demobilization 39
internationalization 183, 188-189
military expenditures 33
Asia, South:25, 27-28
military technology 93, 95
surplus weapons 54
Asia, West:27-28

employment 152

Australia:23
procurement spending 85
research and development 35
surplus weapons 58-59
Austria:23

surplus weapons 59

Azerbaijan:25-26

B
Bahrain:25-26

surplus weapons 56

Bangladesh:25
Barbados:23
Belarus:23-24
base closures 46, 48-49
diversification 214, 224
employment 153
policy 115, 135
procurement spending 84
research and development 37
security environment 81
surplus weapons 57, 60
Belgium:22-23
consolidation 175
employment 153
internationalization 189
surplus weapons 56, 59
Belize:25, 27
Benin:24, 26
Bolivia:24, 26
Bosnia-Herzegovina:24-25
demobilization 40-41, 44
surplus weapons 55-56
Botswana:25-26
Brazil:23, 25
employment 153
military, expenditures 32
surplus weapons 56
Brunei:23
Bulgaria:22
employment 153
policy 135
procurement spending 85
Burkina Faso:23
Burundi:25-27

C
Cambodia:25
Cameroon:24
Canada:23, 25-27
concentration 157
employment 153, 202
research and development 35, 37
surplus weapons 58-60
Cape Verde:22, 24
Central African Republic:24
Chad:24
Chile:23

surplus weapons 56

China:24
arms trade 84-85
demobilization 43
diversification 226-231
employment 152-154
international support 142
internationalization 97
military expenditures 33
policy 124-129
procurement spending 85
regional dependency 243
security environment 82
surplus weapons 59
CIS:28
diversification 224
employment 151-152
military technology 93, 95
research and development 37
Colombia:25
Congo:22, 24
Congo, DR (Zaire):23, 26-27
Costa Rica:22

demobilization 42

Croatia:23, 25

surplus weapons 55

Cuba:22-23
Cyprus:25-26

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