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The Afghan problem – both in terms of the country's own future and its implications for regional and international security – is becoming increasingly urgent in connection with the pullout of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) from the country.
On April 5, 2014 Afghanistan held the fi...

On December 11, 2013 Trialogue Club International and its members celebrate the Club’s 20th anniversary. Trialogue began as the Moskovskiye Novosti newspaper’s exclusive information project before being taken over by PIR Center and earning itself a reputation as a prestigious international club, wit...

The year 2012 marks the ten-year anniversary of UN General Assembly resolution 57/60 and the UN Secretary General's report on disarmament and non-proliferation education. At the very beginning of the 21st century, it became clear that a new wave of interest in atomic energy, dubbed the "nuclear rena...

The spring of 2008 was a time of growing tensions and the emergence of new negative factors. All this resulted in the decrease of the index. Members of the PIR Center International Expert Group Marian Abisheva, Fulvio Attina, Dayan Jayatilleka, Konstantin Eggert, William Potter, Abdulaziz Sager, and...

Growing food prices, the risk of starvation for millions of people and dramatic consequences of natural disasters in Myanmar and China added to political problems and resulted in further decline of the index. Members of the International Expert Group – Konstantin Eggert, Dayan Jayatilleka, Andrey Ko...

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29.05.2014

“The way the negotiations are going now is preferable by all parties – nobody wants a deal for time being. Economically: the sanctions might have hurt the Iranians to some degree, but they are living with them for a long time. They already have what I call “sanction generation” in the country right now, and nothing happened. It is a good thing if the sanctions are lifted or suspended for reasonable period; but they are not in a hurry. At the same time, the West is also not rushing to close the deal with the Iranians as there are too many unknown variables in the regional situation,” – Mustafa Fetouri, member of the PIR Center International Expert Group.

15.05.2014

«In May of 2010, Russia was the only nuclear-weapon state to sign the Joint Statement on Disarmament and Non-Proliferation Education presented at the Meeting of Main Committee I of the 2010 NPT Review Conference. Since that time Russian universities and nongovernmental organizations have done a wonderful job, and we will be proud to present it in 2015», – PIR Center Executive Director Albert Zulkharneev.

12.03.2014

«The essence of the Iranian puzzle could be basically boiled down to four main questions: How the Iranian nuclear program should look like under the comprehensive agreement? What would be the optimal way of removing sanctions? What can be done to further engage Iran and the international community to provide verification and empower constructive forces on both sides? In what way the regional dynamics can help to reach a sustainable agreement with Iran?», - PIR Center's “Russia and Nuclear Nonproliferation” Program Coordinator Andrey Baklitskiy.

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Zulkharneev, Albert F. image
Name: Zulkharneev, Albert F.
City: Moscow
Affiliation: PIR Center
Position: Executive Director
Expertise:
Central Asia
Water and energy security
Biography :

Albert Zulkharneev graduated from the Faculty of World Politics and World Economy of the National Research University - Higher School of Economics. Graduated with the Master degree from the International Relations Department of the Ural State University and got Master degree in History from Central European University (2007, Budapest, Hungary). In 2003-2005 participated in international courses of Farsi language and literature. Since 2007 was intern in the  PIR Center. In August - December 2011 scholar of the Program for teaching and research at the OSCE Academy in Bishkek. PIR Center Education and Training Program Director, PIR Center Executive Director since 2013. 04/13

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The spring of 2008 was a time of growing tensions and the emergence of new negative factors. All this resulted in the decrease of the index. Members of the PIR Center International Expert Group Marian Abisheva, Fulvio Attina, Dayan Jayatilleka, Konstantin Eggert, William Potter, Abdulaziz Sager, and...

Growing food prices, the risk of starvation for millions of people and dramatic consequences of natural disasters in Myanmar and China added to political problems and resulted in further decline of the index. Members of the International Expert Group – Konstantin Eggert, Dayan Jayatilleka, Andrey Ko...

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