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Stockholm International Peace Research Institute

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Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) is an international institute based in Stockholm. It was founded in 1966 and provides data, analysis and recommendations for armed conflict, military expenditure and arms trade as well as disarmament and arms control. The research is based on open sources and is directed to decision-makers, researchers, media and the interested public.

Stockholm International Peace Research Institute
AbbreviationSIPRI
Formation6 May 1966 (1966-05-06)
FoundersTage Erlander, Alva Myrdal
HeadquartersSolna
Location
  • Stockholm, Sweden
Chair
Jan Eliasson
Director
Dan Smith
Websitewww.sipri.org

SIPRI's organizational purpose is to conduct scientific research in issues on conflict and cooperation of importance for international peace and security, with the goal of contributing to an understanding for the conditions for a peaceful solution of international conflicts and sustainable peace.

SIPRI was ranked among the top three non-US world-wide think tanks in 2014 by the University of Pennsylvania Lauder Institute's Global Go To Think Tanks Report. In 2019, SIPRI ranked 31st amongst think tanks globally.

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Ambassador Alva Myrdal

In 1964, Prime Minister of Sweden Tage Erlander put forward the idea of establishing a peace research institute to commemorate Sweden's 150 years of unbroken peace.

A Swedish Royal Commission chaired by Ambassador Alva Myrdal proposed in its 1966 report to establish an institute, later named the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, SIPRI. The institute's research should seek to contribute to "the understanding of the preconditions for a stable peace and for peaceful solutions of international conflicts" and the Commission recommended that research be concentrated on armaments, their limitation and reduction, and arms control. The commission also recommended that SIPRI work is of "an applied research character directed towards practical-political questions [which] should be carried on in a constant interchange with research of a more theoretical kind".

SIPRI has built its reputation and standing on competence, professional skills, and the collection of hard data and precise facts, rendering accessible impartial information on weapon developments, arms transfers and production, military expenditure, as well as on arms limitations, reductions and disarmament. The task of the institute is to conduct "scientific research on questions of conflict and cooperation of importance for international peace and security with the aim of contributing to an understanding of the conditions for peaceful solution of international conflicts and for a stable peace".

The Swedish Riksdag decided that the Institute be established on 1 July 1966 with the legal status of an independent foundation. All SIPRI research is based exclusively on open sources.

SIPRI's organisation consists of a Governing Board, Director, Deputy Director, Research Staff Collegium and support staff. An Advisory Committee serves as a consultative body to the institute. The Governing Board takes decisions on important matters concerning the research agenda, activities, organisation and financial administration of the institute. Other matters are decided by the Director. The Research Staff Collegium advises the Director on research matters.

SIPRI headquarters in Solna, Stockholm

The staff of about 70 employees is mainly international, with 25 different nationalities reported in 2019. The researchers are recruited for specific project periods and represent various academic disciplines. SIPRI also hosts guest researchers who work on issues related to research programmes as well as interns in relevant fields whose programmes of study can contribute to and benefit from SIPRI's research.

The institute works in a global network, with partnerships and cooperation between other institutes and with individual scientists. SIPRI has close cooperation with many multilateral organisations, for example, the United Nations and the European Union. SIPRI is frequently visited by government delegations, parliamentarians as well as researchers from the academic sphere. The institute keeps close connections with the diplomatic body in Stockholm.

Governing board

Current members of the Governing Board:

Jan Eliasson, Chair of SIPRI Governing Board

Former Governing Board Chairpersons:

Director

The Director, who is appointed by the Swedish Government, has the main responsibility for SIPRI's work programme. Dr Bates Gill served as SIPRI Director from 2007–2012. In September 2012, the Swedish Government appointed the German economist Tilman Brück as his successor. Brück held the position of SIPRI Director from January 2013 to June 2014. In June 2014 the SIPRI Governing Board appointed Dr Ian Anthony as Director for an interim period. The current Director, Dan Smith, was appointed in September 2015.

Former SIPRI Directors:

Research is conducted at SIPRI by an international staff of about 50 researchers and research assistants. The institute's current research programme centres on the following major themes:

  • Armament and Disarmament
  • Conflict, Peace and Security
  • Peace and Development

With the following research areas:

SIPRI Director Dan Smith briefs UN Security Council on climate-related security risks in Somalia
SIPRI World Military Expenditure 2019
  • Arms and Military Expenditure
  • Nuclear disarmament, Arms Control and Non-proliferation
  • Dual-use and Arms Trade Control
  • Emerging Military and Security Technologies
  • Africa
  • Asia
  • Europe
  • Middle East and North Africa
  • Climate Change and Risk
  • Environment of Peace 2022
  • Governance and Society
  • Sustainable Peace

Publications and information

SIPRI's publications and information material are distributed to a wide range of policy makers, researchers, journalists, organisations and the interested public. The results of the research are disseminated through the publication of books and reports by SIPRI and commissioned authors as well as through symposia and seminars. The institute has forged its profile by concentrating on present-day realities, providing unbiased facts to states and individuals.

SIPRI Yearbook 2020

SIPRI's main publication, the SIPRI Yearbook, was first published on 12 November 1969. The Yearbook serves as a single authoritative and independent source to which politicians, diplomats and journalists can turn for an account of what has happened during the past year in armaments and arms control, armed conflicts and conflict resolution, security arrangements and disarmament. It is translated into a number of other languages, notably Russian, Ukrainian, Chinese and Arabic.

SIPRI series:

  • SIPRI Yearbook: Armaments, Disarmament and International Security
  • SIPRI Monographs
  • SIPRI Research Reports
  • SIPRI Chemical & Biological warfare Studies
  • SIPRI Policy Papers
  • SIPRI Insights on Peace and Security
  • SIPRI Fact Sheets and Policy Briefs
  • Multi-author volumes
  • Pocket-size summaries of the Yearbook in English and a number of other languages
  • SIPRI Arms Transfers Database, Iraq 1973-1990

Databases

SIPRI research projects maintain large databases on military expenditure, arms-producing industries, arms transfers, chemical and biological warfare, national and international export controls, arms control agreements, annual chronologies of major arms control events, military manoeuvres and nuclear explosions.

SIPRI Arms Transfers Database

Showing all international transfers of major conventional arms since 1950, The SIPRI Arms Transfers Database is the most extensive source of information on international arms transfers available to the public. The database is updated every spring and is useful for anyone seeking to monitor and measure the international flow of major conventional arms.

SIPRI Mapping ATT-Relevant Cooperation and Assistance Activities Database

The SIPRI Mapping ATT-relevant Cooperation and Assistance Activities Database covers cooperation and assistance activities in regards to arms transfer and small arms and light weapons (SALW) controls since 2012. The database supports state's implementation of two treaties - the 2001 UN Programme of Action on SALW and the 2013 Arms Trade Treaty.

SIPRI Arms Industry Database

The SIPRI Arms Industry Database reports on the top 100 largest arms-producing and military services companies.

SIPRI Multilateral Peace Operations Database

This database contains data on personnel, country contributions, fatalities and budgets for all multilateral peace operations from the year 2000 and onwards.

SIPRI Military Expenditure Database

The Military Expenditure Database reports on the annual military spending of most countries around the world.

The first ever virtual Stockholm Forum on Peace and Development 2020

Within the fields of study, SIPRI arranges numerous workshops, conferences, seminars and lectures, bringing together an all-encompassing spectrum of expertise to exchange views on relevant themes. Among these events, the largest are the Stockholm Forum on Peace and Development, Stockholm Security Conference and SIPRI Lecture. In 2020, Stockholm Forum on Peace and Development was for the first time held online, convening 3700 registrants from 163 countries in virtual discussions on the theme of "Sustaining Peace in the Time of COVID-19".

SIPRI's financial support is primarily drawn from governments and independent philanthropic organisations around the world. SIPRI also receives annual support from the Swedish government in the form of a core grant approved by the Swedish parliament.

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Stockholm International Peace Research Institute
Stockholm International Peace Research Institute Language Watch Edit SIPRI redirects here For other uses see Sipri disambiguation Stockholm International Peace Research Institute SIPRI is an international institute based in Stockholm It was founded in 1966 1 and provides data analysis and recommendations for armed conflict military expenditure and arms trade as well as disarmament and arms control The research is based on open sources and is directed to decision makers researchers media and the interested public Stockholm International Peace Research InstituteAbbreviationSIPRIFormation6 May 1966 1966 05 06 FoundersTage Erlander Alva MyrdalHeadquartersSolnaLocationStockholm SwedenChairJan EliassonDirectorDan SmithWebsitewww wbr sipri wbr org SIPRI s organizational purpose is to conduct scientific research in issues on conflict and cooperation of importance for international peace and security with the goal of contributing to an understanding for the conditions for a peaceful solution of international conflicts and sustainable peace SIPRI was ranked among the top three non US world wide think tanks in 2014 by the University of Pennsylvania Lauder Institute s Global Go To Think Tanks Report 2 In 2019 SIPRI ranked 31st amongst think tanks globally 3 Contents 1 History 2 Organisation 2 1 Governing board 2 2 Director 3 Research 3 1 Publications and information 3 2 Databases 3 2 1 SIPRI Arms Transfers Database 3 2 2 SIPRI Mapping ATT Relevant Cooperation and Assistance Activities Database 3 2 3 SIPRI Arms Industry Database 3 2 4 SIPRI Multilateral Peace Operations Database 3 2 5 SIPRI Military Expenditure Database 4 Events and conferences 5 Finances 6 See also 6 1 Peace research institutes 6 2 Military budgets 7 External links 8 Notes and referenceHistory Edit Ambassador Alva Myrdal In 1964 Prime Minister of Sweden Tage Erlander put forward the idea of establishing a peace research institute to commemorate Sweden s 150 years of unbroken peace A Swedish Royal Commission chaired by Ambassador Alva Myrdal proposed in its 1966 report to establish an institute later named the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute SIPRI The institute s research should seek to contribute to the understanding of the preconditions for a stable peace and for peaceful solutions of international conflicts and the Commission recommended that research be concentrated on armaments their limitation and reduction and arms control The commission also recommended that SIPRI work is of an applied research character directed towards practical political questions which should be carried on in a constant interchange with research of a more theoretical kind SIPRI has built its reputation and standing on competence professional skills and the collection of hard data and precise facts rendering accessible impartial information on weapon developments arms transfers and production military expenditure as well as on arms limitations reductions and disarmament The task of the institute is to conduct scientific research on questions of conflict and cooperation of importance for international peace and security with the aim of contributing to an understanding of the conditions for peaceful solution of international conflicts and for a stable peace The Swedish Riksdag decided that the Institute be established on 1 July 1966 with the legal status of an independent foundation All SIPRI research is based exclusively on open sources Organisation EditSIPRI s organisation consists of a Governing Board Director Deputy Director Research Staff Collegium and support staff An Advisory Committee serves as a consultative body to the institute The Governing Board takes decisions on important matters concerning the research agenda activities organisation and financial administration of the institute Other matters are decided by the Director The Research Staff Collegium advises the Director on research matters SIPRI headquarters in Solna Stockholm The staff of about 70 employees is mainly international with 25 different nationalities reported in 2019 4 The researchers are recruited for specific project periods and represent various academic disciplines SIPRI also hosts guest researchers who work on issues related to research programmes as well as interns in relevant fields whose programmes of study can contribute to and benefit from SIPRI s research The institute works in a global network with partnerships and cooperation between other institutes and with individual scientists SIPRI has close cooperation with many multilateral organisations for example the United Nations and the European Union SIPRI is frequently visited by government delegations parliamentarians as well as researchers from the academic sphere The institute keeps close connections with the diplomatic body in Stockholm Governing board Edit Current members of the Governing Board Jan Eliasson Chair of SIPRI Governing Board Ambassador Jan Eliasson Sweden retired Swedish diplomat and former Deputy Secretary General of the United Nations as of 1 June 2017 Chair of the SIPRI Governing Board 5 Vladimir Baranovsky Russia Director Center for Situation Analysis CSA Jean Marie Guehenno France Senior Advisor Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue and a member of the UN Secretary General High Level Advisory Board on Mediation 6 Dan Smith United Kingdom Director SIPRI 7 Patricia Lewis United Kingdom Ireland Research Director International Security at Chatham House 8 Espen Barth Eide Norway Member of the Norwegian Parliament and former United Nations Special Adviser on Cyprus 9 Radha Kumar India Chair United Nations University Council Jessica Tuchman Mathews United States Former President of Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and current Distinguished Fellow 10 Ambassador Ramtane Lamamra Algeria Member of the UN Secretary General s High level Advisory Board on Mediation and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Algeria 11 Former Governing Board Chairpersons Alva Myrdal 1966 67 Gunnar Myrdal 1967 73 Rolf Edberg 1974 78 Hans Blix 1978 Karin Soder 1978 79 Rolf Bjornerstedt 1979 85 Ernst Michanek 1985 87 Inga Thorsson 1987 91 Daniel Tarschys 1992 2000 Rolf Ekeus 2000 10 Goran Lennmarker 2010 14 Sven Olof Petersson 2014 2017 Director Edit The Director who is appointed by the Swedish Government has the main responsibility for SIPRI s work programme Dr Bates Gill served as SIPRI Director from 2007 2012 12 In September 2012 the Swedish Government appointed the German economist Tilman Bruck as his successor 13 Bruck held the position of SIPRI Director from January 2013 to June 2014 In June 2014 the SIPRI Governing Board appointed Dr Ian Anthony as Director for an interim period 14 The current Director Dan Smith was appointed in September 2015 7 Former SIPRI Directors Robert Neild United Kingdom 1967 71 Frank Barnaby United Kingdom 1971 81 Frank Blackaby United Kingdom 1981 86 Walther Stutzle Germany 1986 91 Adam Daniel Rotfeld Poland 1991 2002 Alyson Bailes United Kingdom 2002 07 Bates Gill United States 2007 12 Tilman Bruck Germany 2013 14 Ian Anthony United Kingdom interim 2014 15 Research EditResearch is conducted at SIPRI by an international staff of about 50 researchers and research assistants The institute s current research programme centres on the following major themes Armament and Disarmament 15 Conflict Peace and Security 16 Peace and Development 17 With the following research areas SIPRI Director Dan Smith briefs UN Security Council on climate related security risks in Somalia SIPRI World Military Expenditure 2019 Arms and Military Expenditure 18 Nuclear disarmament Arms Control and Non proliferation 19 Dual use and Arms Trade Control 20 Emerging Military and Security Technologies 21 Africa 22 Asia 23 Europe 24 Middle East and North Africa 25 Climate Change and Risk 26 Environment of Peace 2022 27 Governance and Society 28 Sustainable Peace 29 Publications and information Edit SIPRI s publications and information material are distributed to a wide range of policy makers researchers journalists organisations and the interested public The results of the research are disseminated through the publication of books and reports by SIPRI and commissioned authors as well as through symposia and seminars The institute has forged its profile by concentrating on present day realities providing unbiased facts to states and individuals SIPRI Yearbook 2020 SIPRI s main publication the SIPRI Yearbook was first published on 12 November 1969 The Yearbook serves as a single authoritative and independent source to which politicians diplomats and journalists can turn for an account of what has happened during the past year in armaments and arms control armed conflicts and conflict resolution security arrangements and disarmament It is translated into a number of other languages notably Russian Ukrainian Chinese and Arabic SIPRI series 30 SIPRI Yearbook Armaments Disarmament and International Security 31 SIPRI Monographs SIPRI Research Reports SIPRI Chemical amp Biological warfare Studies SIPRI Policy Papers SIPRI Insights on Peace and Security SIPRI Fact Sheets and Policy Briefs Multi author volumes Pocket size summaries of the Yearbook in English and a number of other languages SIPRI Arms Transfers Database Iraq 1973 1990Databases Edit SIPRI research projects maintain large databases on military expenditure arms producing industries arms transfers chemical and biological warfare national and international export controls arms control agreements annual chronologies of major arms control events military manoeuvres and nuclear explosions SIPRI Arms Transfers Database Edit Showing all international transfers of major conventional arms since 1950 The SIPRI Arms Transfers Database is the most extensive source of information on international arms transfers available to the public The database is updated every spring and is useful for anyone seeking to monitor and measure the international flow of major conventional arms SIPRI Mapping ATT Relevant Cooperation and Assistance Activities Database Edit The SIPRI Mapping ATT relevant Cooperation and Assistance Activities Database covers cooperation and assistance activities in regards to arms transfer and small arms and light weapons SALW controls since 2012 The database supports state s implementation of two treaties the 2001 UN Programme of Action on SALW and the 2013 Arms Trade Treaty SIPRI Arms Industry Database Edit The SIPRI Arms Industry Database reports on the top 100 largest arms producing and military services companies 32 SIPRI Multilateral Peace Operations Database Edit This database contains data on personnel country contributions fatalities and budgets for all multilateral peace operations from the year 2000 and onwards SIPRI Military Expenditure Database Edit The Military Expenditure Database reports on the annual military spending of most countries around the world Events and conferences Edit The first ever virtual Stockholm Forum on Peace and Development 2020 Within the fields of study SIPRI arranges numerous workshops conferences seminars and lectures bringing together an all encompassing spectrum of expertise to exchange views on relevant themes Among these events the largest are the Stockholm Forum on Peace and Development Stockholm Security Conference and SIPRI Lecture 33 34 35 In 2020 Stockholm Forum on Peace and Development was for the first time held online convening 3700 registrants from 163 countries in virtual discussions on the theme of Sustaining Peace in the Time of COVID 19 36 Finances EditSIPRI s financial support is primarily drawn from governments and independent philanthropic organisations around the world SIPRI also receives annual support from the Swedish government in the form of a core grant approved by the Swedish parliament See also EditPeace research institutes Edit Peace Research Institute Frankfurt Bonn International Center for Conversion International Peace Research Institute Oslo Journal of Peace Research Tami Steinmetz Center for Peace Research Geneva International Peace Research InstituteMilitary budgets Edit List of countries by military expenditures United Nations Security Council Military budget of the People s Republic of China Military budget of Russia Military budget of the United StatesExternal links EditOfficial website Wikiquote has quotations related to Stockholm International Peace Research InstituteWikimedia Commons has media related to Stockholm International Peace Research Institute Notes and reference Edit About SIPRI SIPRI www sipri org Retrieved 12 June 2016 https repository upenn edu cgi viewcontent cgi referer amp httpsredir 1 amp article 1008 amp context think tanks James G McGann 2019 Global Go To Think Tank Index Report 2019 University of Pennsylvania Lauder Institute p 69 SIPRI Annual Review 2019 SIPRI January 2020 Retrieved 15 July 2020 SIPRI welcomes Ambassador Jan Eliasson as new Governing Board Chair SIPRI www sipri org Retrieved 23 January 2018 Secretary General s High Level Advisory Board on Mediation United Nations Secretary General 15 September 2017 Retrieved 27 September 2019 a b Dan Smith appointed Director of SIPRI Mundus International Retrieved 1 October 2015 Dr Patricia Lewis Chatham House www chathamhouse org Retrieved 21 September 2020 SIPRI welcomes Espen Barth Eide as a new member to its Governing Board SIPRI www sipri org Retrieved 17 March 2017 SIPRI welcomes Jessica Tuchman Mathews as a new member to its Governing Board SIPRI www sipri org Retrieved 23 January 2018 SIPRI welcomes Ambassador Ramtane Lamamra to the Governing Board SIPRI www sipri org Retrieved 16 July 2020 Bates Gill new SIPRI Director Press release Swedish Government 15 March 2007 Retrieved 15 March 2012 SIPRI welcomes new Director Press release Stockholm International Peace Research Institute 20 September 2012 Archived from the original on 25 November 2012 Retrieved 4 December 2012 SIPRI announces Director for interim period Press release Stockholm International Peace Research Institute 2 June 2014 Retrieved 21 July 2014 SIPRI Armament and disarmament SIPRI www sipri org Retrieved 16 July 2020 SIPRI Conflict peace and security SIPRI www sipri org Retrieved 16 July 2020 SIPRI Peace and development SIPRI www sipri org Retrieved 16 July 2020 SIPRI Arms and military expenditure SIPRI www sipri org Retrieved 16 July 2020 SIPRI Arms and military expenditure SIPRI www sipri org Retrieved 16 July 2020 Dual use and arms trade control SIPRI www sipri org Retrieved 16 July 2020 Emerging military and security technologies SIPRI www sipri org Retrieved 16 July 2020 Africa SIPRI www sipri org Retrieved 16 July 2020 Asia SIPRI www sipri org Retrieved 16 July 2020 Europe SIPRI www sipri org Retrieved 16 July 2020 Middle East and North Africa SIPRI www sipri org Retrieved 16 July 2020 Climate Change and Risk SIPRI www sipri org Retrieved 16 July 2020 Environment of Peace 2022 SIPRI www sipri org Retrieved 16 July 2020 Governance and society SIPRI www sipri org Retrieved 16 July 2020 Sustainable Peace SIPRI www sipri org Retrieved 16 July 2020 List of SIPRI Publications SIPRI Retrieved 10 September 2009 SIPRI Yearbook Armaments Disarmament and International Security SIPRI www sipri org Retrieved 16 July 2020 Global weapons sales up as US manufacturers dominate world market CNN edition cnn com Retrieved 21 September 2020 Do We Need a Global Convention of Common Principles for Building Peace Inter Press Service www ipsnews net 17 May 2019 Retrieved 21 September 2020 2017 Stockholm Security Conference SIPRI www sipri org Retrieved 21 March 2017 SIPRI Lecture SIPRI www sipri org Retrieved 27 August 2020 Stockholm Fourm on Peace and Development 2020 SIPRI www sipri org Retrieved 16 July 2020 Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title Stockholm International Peace Research Institute amp oldid 1036392008, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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