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6 Dec.: SIPRI statement on the passing of Nelson MandelaSIPRI mourns the passing of Nelson Mandela, a former joint-Nobel Peace Prize winner and the first president of a truly democratic South Africa. Read the statement.
3 Dec.: SIPRI hosts lecture by Iranian Deputy Foreign MinisterOn 28 November SIPRI hosted a lecture by Majid Takht Ravanchi, Iran's Deputy Foreign Minister for European and American Affairs and a leading member of the Iranian nuclear negotiation team. Read more.
27 Nov.: SIPRI Update - new issue!
19 Nov.: New SIPRI paper on South Korea's export control systemAlthough South Korea began to establish its export control system in the 1980s, conflicting domestic and international pressures meant that it was not fully implemented. Today, South Korea - now a major player in the global market and a major producer of dual-use items - has successfully implemented and is further improving its export control system.
Read more and download the report.
11 Nov.: A more comprehensive approach to the Iran nuclear negotiationsThe latest round of negotiations in Geneva between Iran and the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council plus Germany (the 'P5+1' states) once again failed to reach an agreement on interim steps toward resolving the long-running controversy over the future of Iran's nuclear programme.
Read the Expert Comment.
SIPRI Yearbook data launches 2014
31 Jan. 2014: Announcement of the SIPRI Top 100 arms-producing and military services companies for 2012.
17 Mar. 2014: Launch of the SIPRI data on international arms transfers in 2013.
14 Apr. 2014: Launch of the SIPRI data on world military expenditure in 2013.
SIPRI Yearbook summaries and translations
These booklets summarize the contents of SIPRI Yearbook 2013 and give samples of the data and analysis that it contains.
Download a PDF summary in your chosen language from the SIPRI website or read an online version on our Scribd page.
Full translations of SIPRI Yearbook 2013 are now available in Arabic, Russian and Ukrainian. Visit the SIPRI Yearbook translations page for more details.
Read more about how to order print copies of SIPRI Yearbook 2013.
12 December, Swedish Parliament, 2nd Chamber, Stockholm (14:45-16:30)
Nobel Peace Prize event: The long struggle to abolish chemical weapons
SIPRI, together with the Swedish Parliament, the Ministry for Foreign Affairs and the Swedish Institute of International Affairs is pleased to invite you to a lecture in honour of the Nobel Peace Prize Laureate 2013, the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW).
Read the full invitation. Seats are limited. Please confirm your participation by email to email@example.com no later than 6 December.