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SIPRI hosts event on de-risking

On 29 September, SIPRI hosted a hybrid workshop to examine how the European Union (EU) and Japan approach ‘de-risking’. In recent years, geopolitical tensions and great power competition have led many countries to adopt and implement stricter measures to safeguard their economies from political pressure and supply-chain disruptions—an approach that has come to be known as de-risking.

New report on the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road

SIPRI is pleased to announce the launch of a new report on the security implications of China’s 21st Century Maritime Silk Road (the Road).The report examines the impact of the two most strategic maritime spaces that the initiative traverses: the South China Sea and the Indian Ocean Region. It assesses the implications of the project for European Union (EU) foreign and security interests, but should also be relevant to all stakeholders of the Road.

Chinese-language SIPRI Yearbook 2016 now available online [SIPRI发布2016中文年鉴电子版]

SIPRI is proud to e-launch the Chinese-language translation of SIPRI Yearbook 2016. Download your free copy here. [斯德哥尔摩国际和平研究所(SIPRI)将在线提供《SIPRI年鉴2016:军控·裁军和国际安全》的中文电子版。请点击这里免费下载。]

SIPRI Yearbook 2012 Chinese translation launch

The Chinese translation of SIPRI Yearbook 2012 was launched yesterday at an event in Beijing. The book was launched by Li Hong, Vice-President and Secretary General of the China Arms Control and Disarmament Association (which carried out the translation); Minister Salome Meyer, Deputy Head of Mission with the Embassy of Switzerland to China; and Mathieu Duchâtel, Head of SIPRI's China Project.

China defines itself as a ‘near-arctic state’, says SIPRI

The new challenges and opportunities posed by increased access to the Arctic were discussed at a workshop in Beijing today entitled ‘Chinese and Nordic Cooperation on Arctic Developments’. The workshop was organized by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) and the China Center for Contemporary World Studies (CCCWS).