Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI)
Institut international de recherche sur la paix de Stockholm
Stockholms Internationella Fredsforskningsinstitut
1966-07-01 Stockholm Sweden
1 Jul 1966, Stockholm (Sweden), as International Institute for Peace and Conflict Research. Present name adopted 24 Jan 1969. Current Statutes, adopted by the Swedish Government in 1994, amended in 1995, entered into force 1997.
As an institute for scientific research, further understanding on conditions for peaceful solutions to international conflicts and for a stable peace; offer a unique platform for researchers from different countries to work in close cooperation.
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