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SIPRI had an active presence and co-hosted several events during the 2023 Munich Security Conference, 17–19 February. Topics for discussion included the food–climate–security nexus, how the war in Ukraine could fuel global instability and the European Union civilian crisis management.
On 22 February, SIPRI and Stockholm Centre for Eastern European Studies (SCEEUS) hosted the roundtable ‘Security Governance after Russia’s War against Ukraine’. The discussion centered on different scenarios for Ukraine and necessary measures for its future security as part of Europe and the West.
On 15 February, Giovanna Maletta, Acting Director of the Dual-Use and Arms Trade Control Programme, participated in a meeting of the Arms Trade Treaty’s Working Group on Effective Treaty Implementation.
SIPRI is pleased to launch a new video series that explores how the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) can help address the security implications of climate change, featuring experts from the Brookings Institution, Global Affairs Canada, NATO and the Swedish Armed Forces.
On 2 February, SIPRI and its partners launched the Research & Action for Peace (REcAP) Network. The REcAP Network is a collaboration between SIPRI, the West Africa Network for Peacebuilding, the Danish Refugee Council, and the Delegation of the European Union (EU) to Senegal.