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International School on Global Security, August 30 – September 6, 2015 30.08.2015

The fifteenth PIR Center International School on Global Security for Young Specialists will take place August 30 – September 6, 2015.

This year the School will be co-sponsored by PIR Center and Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation.

The International School on Global Security is a unique platform where young politicians, diplomats, military and civil servants, journalists, scholars, and students expand the scope of their professional knowledge and further their education. The school is intended for those who strive to build expertise and improve professional skills.

The course provides an extensive overview of key developments and trends in international security given by their direct participants, and will walk the students through the twists and turns of new challenges and threats, as well as examine specific approaches and positions taken by Russia, other countries and international organizations to regional and global problems.

Key topics for the 2015 International School:

Security of the CIS countries and the situation in the neighboring regions (Middle East, Afghanistan, Europe, Asia-Pacific Region).

Nonproliferation of nuclear weapons –outcomes of the 2015 NPT Review Conference;

Nonproliferation and nuclear security in the context of new threats to international security, or Could the Islamic State obtain nuclear weapons?

Global trends in nuclear energy, competition and cooperation, political and economic factors.

Building the BRICS – what will the future hold? Plans for the new five-year cycle and perspectives of their implementation.

New issues of arms control – sustainability of modern regimes and new forms of cooperation (START, ABM, INF Treaty, Missile Technology Control Regime, conventional arms control, new military technologies, multilateral mechanisms for disarmament).

Global Internet governance and international cybercrime prevention.  

International information security and cyber security of critical infrastructure.

Dynamics and perspectives of foreign and defense policy of the Russian Federation.

The courses include lectures, seminars, and debates. Moreover, since 2015 has been declared the Year of Literature in Russia, the PIR Center will host special events with Russian writers and journalists. 

More information about International School.

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