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New Threats and Challenges to Global Security: A View from Russia

Vladimir A. Orlov

Addressing multiple new threats and challenges to the global security architecture in a cooperative, well-coordinated and result-oriented way is a huge task for the BRICS “Peace and Security” basket by itself. This report concentrates on five areas, both in "hard" and in "soft" security, such as fighting WMD terrorism, ITC (including cyber security) in general and cyber security of civil nuclear facilities in particular, non-weaponization of outer space and fighting corruption as a global security challenge.

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