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
8 Oct. 2013: Afghanistan needs civilian strategyAlongside the military exit strategy, the international community needs a civilian entry strategy for Afghanistan in which donors continue or even increase their development assistance after the military have left. Afghans’ desire for continuing basic services and a strong Afghan government are stressed in a new report by Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) presented today at a meeting of donors and civil society in Kabul. Continue reading >>
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LATEST Expert comment
11 Nov.: Time for a more comprehensive approach to the Iran nuclear negotiations
by Shannon Kile
The 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.
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SIPRI IN the media
Did you know that in 2012, SIPRI was cited in over 18 500 media outlets, reaching a potential audience of more than 87 million people in 130 countries? Browse links to SIPRI media mentions in news articles, podcasts and interviews.
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