- Armament and disarmament
- Conflict and peace
- Peace and development
Dan Smith, SIPRI Director, attended the fourth annual meeting of the Astana Club (12–13 November 2018) which focused on the theme ‘Towards a Greater Eurasia: how to build a common future?’.
The panel discussion addressed the key findings of the published ECDPM report Supporting Peacebuilding in Times of Change: A Synthesis of Four Case Studies, and brought together expertise from the ECDPM, SIPRI, the British Government’s Department for International Development and the Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs.
With the 2018 Geneva Peace Week under way, a new SIPRI film evaluates how far we have to go to achieve peace, justice and strong institutions in the world by 2030—one of the goals set by the United Nations in its sustainable development agenda set out in 2015.
From today, all editions of the SIPRI Yearbook between 2001 and 2016 are freely available to download from the SIPRI website.
SIPRI and the Primakov National Research Institute of World Economy and International Relations (IMEMO) hosted a conference in Moscow to commemorate 25 years of translation of the SIPRI Yearbook into Russian. The Russian edition of SIPRI Yearbook 2017 was presented at the event.