SIPRI conducts research on arms transfers to or from particular regions, states or non-state actors aimed at both increasing the fundamental understanding of the impact of arms transfers and to support policymaking and policy implementation. An important aim of SIPRI’s research is to contribute to greater transparency as a means of ensuring responsible international arms transfers, thereby helping to prevent violent conflict and warn about potentially destabilizing arms accumulations The SIPRI Arms Transfers Database is a core element of this work. Freely accessible online, it aims to provide valid, reliable and consistent data about the volume and types of major weapons.
This seminar aims to discuss the SIPRI Arms Transfer Database as a tool to identify trends and patterns in international arms transfers. By analyzing data on arms transfers, it will examine several case studies to investigate international arms transfers data in relation to international security and national foreign and defence policies and inter-state relations with a focus on MENA.
Alexandra Kuimova, Researcher at SIPRI Arms and Military Expenditure Programme
Pieter Wezeman, Senior Researcher at SIPRI Arms and Military Expenditure Programme
The seminar will be open to all researchers interested in the MENA region. The seminar encourages an interactive discussion between all participants, there will be limited spots available for registration. Make sure to register as soon as possible if you are interested in the event!
You register by sending an email containing name and affiliation to firstname.lastname@example.org, no later than Sunday, 9 May.
When: 11 May, 16.00-17.15 (CEST)
Where: Via Zoom (Link will be sent to all who register)
Registration: email@example.com by Sunday, 9 May (Limited spots available)