- Armament and disarmament
- Conflict and peace
- Peace and development
SIPRI will host the forthcoming 2017 EU Non-Proliferation and Disarmament Conference to take place at Egmont Palace in Brussels on 12–13 December 2017.
The panel discussion will focus on factors and mechanisms involved in the militarization of social media.
The seminar co-organized by Global Challenges Foundation and SIPRI will focus on why climate change should be on the agenda of the UN Security Council.
Carnegie Corporation of New York has awarded SIPRI researchers one of its eight grants for addressing emerging threats in nuclear security.
The conference provided relevant practitioners and civil society experts with an opportunity to learn about new technologies; discuss the technical, legal and operational issues raised by emerging technologies in the context of Article 36 reviews; and identify concrete solutions to help to strengthen compliance with the requirements of Article 36.
The EU Non-proliferation Consortium's final report is now available. The report summarizes the key developments in non-proliferation in 2014–17, with a focus on an analysis of the EU’s main achievements, and the major obstacles and future challenges it faces.