- Armament and disarmament
- Conflict, peace and security
- Peace and development
SIPRI releases its Annual Review 2020, which takes a retrospective look at the Institute’s activities, commentaries, events, news and publications over the past year.
Thanks to SIPRI’s translation partners, the summary of SIPRI Yearbook 2020 is now available in Catalan, Dutch, Farsi (Persian), French, Italian, Korean, Spanish and Swedish.
On Friday 19 February, Dan Smith, SIPRI Director, and Renata Dwan, Deputy Director of Chatham House, gave an informal briefing on 'conflict futures' to the 15 United Nations Security Council permanent and non-permanent representatives at a meeting hosted by the United Kingdom Mission to the UN in New York.
SIPRI is pleased to launch a new video series on perceptions of nuclear challenges in South Asia, featuring experts from India, Pakistan, Russia and the United States.
SIPRI and NUPI have agreed to a three-year cooperation with funding from the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The aim of the collaboration is to inform the United Nations Security Council about climate-related security and development risks for selected countries and regions on the Security Council’s agenda.