- Armament and disarmament
- Conflict and peace
- Peace and development
Peace operations and conflict management have been core elements of SIPRI’s work since the end of the cold war. Currently, our work within peace operations and conflict management consists of three main pillars: (a) peace operations data and trends; (b) the future of peace operations in the New Geopolitics of Peace Operations Initiative; and (c) gender and peace operations and conflict management. In addition, based on its many years of experience, SIPRI has taken on many evaluation and 'lessons learned' studies, as well as consultancies regarding topical peace operations issues.
SIPRI collects annual statistics on all ongoing mulitlateral peace operations in order to identify and analyse important trends in international crisis management and peacebuilding efforts.
The initiative aims to enhance understanding about UN and non-UN peace operations and their role in dealing with non-traditional security challenges.
This initiative looks at how emerging powers will shape the future of peace operations.
As part of a larger effort to evaluate the implementation of the United Nations Women, Peace and Security Resolution 1325, SIPRI is assessing the impact of women’s participation in political processes.