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25 Apr.: SIPRI releases pre-1988 military expenditure dataSIPRI releases a 'beta' version of its new military expenditure dataset, with some countries' military spending data going as far back as 1949.
Find out how to request the new data.
25 Apr.: Against all odds: using the SDGs to overcome fragilityThe 2016 Stockholm Forum on Security and Development focused on achieving the UN's 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in fragile contexts.
Read more in the essay by Gary Milante and Kate Sullivan.
14 Apr.: SIPRI to host session at the 2016 Security JamSIPRI will host the session 'Policing in 2025: New strategies against organized crime' at the 2016 Security Jam.
Find out more information.
11 Apr.: Hiroshima Declaration by G-7 Foreign Ministers Falls ShortThe so-called ‘Hiroshima Declaration’ adopted today, 70 years after the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, is a major disappointment.
Read the latest expert comment by Tariq Rauf.
9 May 2016, Solna stadshus, Kommunfullmäktigesalen, Solna centrum
SIPRI Chairman speaks on Europe Day in Solna
To celebrate International Europe Day on 9 May, SIPRI Chairman Sven-Olof Petersson will address key current challenges at an event co-hosted with the County of Solna. The event will be in Swedish.
Read the invitation for more information.
SIPRI year of reflection
How tracking military expenditure creates transparency and contributes to peace
SIPRI presents the fourth film in its new short-film series 2016—A Year of Reflection.
It features SIPRI Senior Researcher Dr Sam Perlo-Freeman, SIPRI Director Dan Smith and former Swedish Minister for Foreign Affaris Hans Blix discussing SIPRI's freely available military expenditure data and how it can be used by organizations around the world to facilitate peace.