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29 Oct.: SIPRI Update out now!The October 2014 SIPRI Update is out now—read it online or subscribe to receive the SIPRI Update in your inbox each month.
In this issue we present an essay by Fantu Cheru on Africa and the changing development landscape. Read the full essay online or browse the full list of SIPRI Essays from 2009 to 2014.
13 Oct. 2014: SIPRI seeks a new DirectorFor more information read the full advertisement.
10 Oct. 2014: SIPRI statement on the 2014 Nobel Peace PrizeSIPRI warmly congratulates Kailash Satyarthi and Malala Yousafzai on being awarded the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize. In particular, the recognition of Malala Yousafzai's work as an activist for the rights of girls and women to education in Pakistan demonstrates the importance of integrating gender issues into discussions of global security.
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2 Oct.: SIPRI Expert Comment on the implications of the Ebola outbreak for public health and securityThe first case of Ebola outside of West Africa, which was confirmed in Dallas, Texas on 30 September, may prove to be the tipping point for properly mobilizing the international community to act, writes Dr Peter Clevestig.
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Peace and security in South Asia
In the SIPRI statement on the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize, SIPRI Director Dr Ian Anthony points out that the awarding of the prize to Kailash Satyarthi of India and Malala Yousafzai of Pakistan draws attention to a region with a multitude of complex security problems that require sustained engagement.
India and Pakistan are currently expanding their nuclear arsenals. Similarly, both countries are among the world's top 10 arms importers. Peace and security in South Asia also depends, to a large extent, on the success of the forthcoming 'transition decade' in Afghanistan, in which Pakistan, in particular, could play a key role.
UPCOMING data launches
15 Dec. 2014: Announcement of the SIPRI Top 100 arms-producing and military services companies for 2013.
16 Mar. 2015: Launch of the SIPRI data on international arms transfers in 2014.
13 Apr. 2015: Launch of the SIPRI data on world military expenditure in 2014.
UPCOMING EVENTS9:30–12.00, 11 November 2014, Swedish Red Cross (Svenska Röda Korset), Stockholm
Violence against healthcare workers: challenges in translating research into actionThis seminar documents the challenges involved in collecting data on the scope, nature, drivers and impacts of violence against health workers, and how to effectively use this data for timely action.
Download the event flyer (PDF). Register via Eventbrite or contact Dr Rachel Irwin.