- Armament and disarmament
- Conflict, peace and security
- Peace and development
SIPRI looks at the most important symptoms of insecurity and efforts to control them.
SIPRI seeks to contribute to the understanding of trends and developments pertaining to nuclear, chemical and biological weapons.
SIPRI tracks arms production, international arms tranfers, arms embargoes and military spending.
SIPRI monitors key developments in science and technology.
SIPRI looks at the most important consequences of insecurity and efforts to minimize them.
SIPRI’s work in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) aims to provide in-depth analyses of the political, social, economic and environmental drivers of conflict and pathways to peace in the region with the purpose of informing actors involved in peacebuilding efforts.
SIPRI’s work in Africa spans several regions and cross-cutting themes, including peacekeeping operations, civil society and peacebuilding.
SIPRI produces policy-relevant research on data and trends, future developments, and gender in peace operations and conflict management.
SIPRI looks at the long-term causes of insecurity to understand how societies identify and navigate paths to sustainable peace.
SIPRI seeks to improve the understanding of the relationship between food, security, stability and peace. For this work, SIPRI has agreed a multi-year partnership with the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP).
SIPRI looks at the effects of climate change on peace and security.
SIPRI focuses on systems of governance, their effects on local populations, and their relationship to the emergence of armed conflict or sustainable peace in a given setting.