SIPRI in the media
A monthly selection of news articles, commentaries, podcasts and interviews featuring SIPRI experts.
- Mathieu Duchâtel was quoted on China's military budget by Bloomberg and the South China Morning Post.
- Neil Melvin spoke to Bloomberg about the crisis in Ukraine.
- Sam Perlo-Freeman and Pieter Wezeman were quoted extensively in a New York Times story on Indian arms imports.
- SIPRI's Mali Civil Society and Peacebuilding Project, which is being conducted in partnership with Conascipal, a Malian civil society organization, was profiled on the French-language website MaliWeb.
- The launch of the SIPRI Top 100 arms-producing and military services companies was covered in over 300 media outlets including Reuters, RIA Novosti and Deutsche Welle.
- Tilman Brück was interviewed by Tagesschau about Ukraine, by Deutschlandradio Kultur on dialogue between parties to conflicts, and by Swiss Radio on the crisis in security politics.
- Ian Anthony participated in a Euronews panel discussion on the role the European Union can play as a military force.
- Neil Mevin spoke to Swedish Radio programme Konflikt about the situation in Ukraine. He also wrote an opinion piece for Dagens Industri on the same issue.
- Shannon Kile was quoted in a Reuters article on Iran's nuclear programme.
- Pieter Wezeman appeared in an episode of German investigative programme MONITOR about a bribery scandal involving German arms companies.
- Pieter Wezeman discussed Libyan procurement deals in Defence News. He was also quoted on the issue of British arms exports to India in Indian newspaper The Tribune.
- Jaïr van der Lijn gave an audio interview to Radio France International on the conflict in South Sudan.
- Mathieu Duchâtel was quoted in a South China Morning Post article on cultural threats as one of the five focuses of a new national security panel in China.
- An opinion piece by Oliver Bräuner, entitled 'Think small: How to improve China-EU security cooperation' was published in . He was also quoted in a Reuters piece on China's sourcing of satellite equipment from Europe, and in a People's Daily article about military transparency in China.
- The latest SIPRI Policy Brief, by Robert E. Kelley, on changing the management culture at the International Atomic Energy Agency, was profiled by Nuclear Threat Initiative and others.