SIPRI for the media
Media and communication activities at SIPRI include the launch of the SIPRI Yearbook and all SIPRI publications, the production of the monthly SIPRI Update, the maintenance of the SIPRI website, organizing events and international marketing and outreach activities. SIPRI's Communications Director, Stephanie Blenckner, can assist journalists in arranging interviews with SIPRI experts, and identifying story angles and topics of interest. Sign up for our media mailing list.
LATEST press release
16 June: Launch of SIPRI’s nuclear forces dataSIPRI today launches its annual nuclear forces data, which assesses the current trends and developments in world nuclear arsenals. The data shows that while the overall number of nuclear weapons in the world continues to decline, none of the nuclear weapon-possessing states are prepared to give up their nuclear arsenals for the foreseeable future.
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LATEST Expert comment
15 Apr.: From ending nuclear testing to detecting tsunamis and missing aircraftby Tariq Rauf
The Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT) prohibits all nuclear explosions anywhere as an effective measure of nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation but is yet to come into force. On 11 April SIPRI, in cooperation with the Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs (MFA) and the Swedish Institute of International Affairs (UI), held an event to discuss the CTBT and its wider applications.
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We maintain a news blog dedicated to SIPRI activities, including publication launches, expert seminars and presentations, high-level delegations and other items. We encourage comments on all posts!
SIPRI IN the media
Did you know that in 2013, SIPRI was cited in over
20 000 media outlets, reaching a potential audience of more than 100 million people in 130 countries? Browse links to SIPRI media mentions in news articles, podcasts and interviews.
THE SIPRI UPDATE
The SIPRI Update, our monthly newsletter, summarizes the latest developments in international security, arms control and conflict. Each edition also features an essay by a SIPRI staff member. Subscribe.
SIPRI currently hosts two blogs—the Economists for Peace and Security blog (co-hosted with the UNited States Institute of Peace) and the Global Health blog—with plans to add more blog content in the future.