- Armament and disarmament
- Conflict and peace
- Peace and development
A new paper on the further development of the EU common position on arms exports, prepared by SIPRI experts for the European Parliament Sub-Committee on Security and Defence (SEDE), has been published online.
SIPRI proudly hosted the third Stockholm Security Conference which took place on 19–20 September.
SIPRI, in cooperation with the FES, presented the findings of its new report on the sea-based component of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) in launch events for key stakeholders throughout Asia and Europe.
On 6–7 September, SIPRI, in partnership with CICIR, held the second in a series of workshops on ‘Mapping the Impact of Machine Learning and Autonomy on Strategic Stability and Nuclear Risk.’
SIPRI is pleased to announce the launch of a new report on the security implications of China’s 21st Century Maritime Silk Road (the Road).The report examines the impact of the two most strategic maritime spaces that the initiative traverses: the South China Sea and the Indian Ocean Region. It assesses the implications of the project for European Union (EU) foreign and security interests, but should also be relevant to all stakeholders of the Road.