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Still no consensus on arms trade treaty: SIPRI

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More states are showing interest in an arms trade treaty (ATT), although it is less apparent how to agree on the text...

Over 20 000 nuclear weapons linger in global arsenal: SIPRI

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Eight states — the United States, Russia, the United Kingdom, France, China, India, Pakistan and Israel — currently possess more than 20...

Peacekeeping consensus unravelling: SIPRI

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The broad consensus on the principles, purpose and methods of contemporary peace operations is ever more fragile, the Stockholm International Peace Research...

Global security governance: meeting tomorrow’s challenges with yesterday’s tools

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The Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) says the current arrangement of institutions, agreements and processes intended to manage global and regional...

Opinion: Falling European military spending — a threat to security?

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The Stockholm International Peace Research Institute's (SIPRI) recently released data on military spending for 2010 shows world military expenditure continuing to grow,...

SIPRI tool to reduce involvement of arms traffickers in aid and...

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The Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) has launched a new information system to prevent arms and drug traffickers from accessing significant...

SIPRI: BAE Systems global arms sales top dog in 2008

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BAE Systems has become the first non-US company to lead SIPRI's Top 100 list of the largest arms-producing companies. The Stockholm International Peace...

African arms imports share up: SIPRI

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Africa accounted for 7% of global major conventional weapons imports over the period 2005–2009, compared with 6% for 2000–2004. During the period...

China’s emergence in peacekeeping a major boost to UN capabilities: SIPRI

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The Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) says the international community should encourage and support China's current drive to dramatically increase its...

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Question for Public Works and Infrastructure Minister uses defenceWeb information

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Public Works and Infrastructure Minister Patricia de Lille’s R37 million Beit Bridge fence upgrade as part of government efforts to prevent the spread of...