Chronology

Russia President V.V. Putin signs the new revision of Russia’s National Security Concept.
17.01.2000
A U.S. B-52 bomber crashes in Spain with four thermonuclear bombs on board. Two of the bombs are damaged, resulting in the contamination of two hectares of soil.
17.01.1966
The Council of Ministers of the USSR makes the decision to assist socialist countries in research in the field of peaceful uses of atomic energy.
17.01.1955

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30.12.2019

Wishing you a joyous 2020!

May you find peace, stability and success. Let’s welcome the new year with a new hope together.

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29.12.2019

Vladimir Aleksandrovich Mau celebrates his 60th anniversary! His name is well-known to everyone who studies “Applied economics” in Russia.

27.12.2019

"Russia’s vision of arms control, disarmament and non-proliferation issues remains in fact very conventional. It is pragmatic and realistic. We do not feel “constrained by traditional formats and diplomatic protocol”. On the contrary, we strongly believe that in many cases using proven formats and keeping to well-established diplomatic routine is the best way to address and resolve outstanding international issues of today and tomorrow. From our point of view, this “traditionalist” – or maybe “no-nonsense” – approach might be helpful for preventing turning serious and solution-oriented professional discussions aimed at achieving substantive results into road-shows with uncertain purpose, random participation and no clear mandate", – Sergey RyabkovDeputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation. 

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The Federal Department of Defence, Civil Protection and Sport of the Swiss Confederation


Carnegie Corporation of New York

Swedish Radiation Safety Authority


Trialogue Club International

International Committee of the Red Cross

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