Chronology

Russia President Vladimir Putin and U.S. president George W. Bush sign in Moscow the treaty between the Russian Federation and the United States of America on "Reduction of Strategic Offensive Potentials" (SOP Treaty).
24.05.2002
All nuclear weapons are withdrawn from Kazakhstan to Russia.
24.05.1995
The Protocol to the ABM Treaty permitting each side to have only one ABM deployment area comes into force.
24.05.1976
The Presidium of the CC CPSU decides to deploy medium-range missiles on Cuba (to protect Cuba from the U.S. invasion and to balance with the American Tor and Jupiter missiles deployed in the UK, Italy and Turkey).
24.05.1962
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21.05.2022

"The main thing, of course, is constant work, and in two directions. On the one hand, you need to constantly hone the skills that you have, especially in our specialty. You should never forget that if you know a language, it will always be at a high level. It needs to be constantly refreshed. This is on the one hand. On the other hand, you need to learn something new all the time. I'm used to the fact that you need to continuously immerse yourself in new things, new topics, new activities. This applies to both research and practical work. The Arab East and the Middle East provide a very wide field of action for self-realization, there is always an opportunity to learn something new, so human life is not enough for this. You need to leave a memory of yourself in the profession. Getting new knowledge, mastering something is very interesting and gives an incentive to life, without which it becomes boring," - Vitaliy Naumkin, director of the Institute of Oriental Studies at the Russian Academy of Sciences.

17.05.2022

While most of the countries remain concentrated on the Ukrainian crisis, there is a possibility of another crisis at the different edge of Eurasia. The potential troublemaker is the Democratic People's Republic of Korea and its nuclear missile program, which has somewhat revived in recent times.

13.05.2022

Negotiations to return to Iranian nuclear deal in recent weeks have noticeably stalled. The main reason for this is the discrepancy between the positions of Tehran and Washington on the status of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, which is extremely important for Iran both from a military and economic point of view. On this background, external players interested in the restoration of the deal became more active. First of all, this concerns the monarchies of the Persian Gulf.

11.05.2022

The military situation in Europe against the backdrop of the ongoing Russian special operation in Ukraine remains tense. On May 1, joint exercises Defender Europe and Swift Response began in Poland and eight other NATO countries. These exercises said to be last until May 26. Up to 18 thousand servicemen from the USA, Great Britain, France, Germany, Sweden and other countries will take part in them.

Summer School 2011 Participants

  • ARAMEDOVA Aygozel, Second Secretary, Department of International Information, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Turkmenistan, Ashgabat, Turkmenistan 

  • BAKLANOV Anton, Associate Science Officer, Center of Middle East studies, Institute of Oriental Studies, Russian Academy of SciencesMoscow, Russia

  • BAKLITSKIY Andrey, Graduate, Faculty of International Relations, Urals Federal University, Yekaterinburg, Russia 

  • BELOV Eugenij, Attaché, Department of International Security and Arms Control, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Belarus, Minsk, Belarus

  • BERBERIKH Marina, Lecturer, Volzhsky Institute of Humanities, Volgograd, Russia

  • CHEBAN AlexanderGraduate, International Relations Department of Odessa National University named after I. I. Mechnikov, Odessa, Ukraine

  • CHIZHOV Dmitry, Ph.D. in Economics, Researcher, Strategic Studies Department, The Institute of World Economy and International Relations (IMEMO), Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia  

  • DUDNIK Nataliya, Specialist on International Cooperation, International Military Cooperation Section, Air Force of  Armed Forces of Ukraine Command, Kiev, Ukraine  

  • GVIMRADZE George, Analyst, Srategic Research Center, Tbilisi, Georgia

  • HAKOBYAN Artur, Analyst of Safety Issues, National Security Service of RA, Yerevan, Armenia

  • HARUTYUNYAN Tigran, Senior Specialist, Defence Policy Department, Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Armenia, Yerevan, Armenia 

  • IMAMKULIEVA Elmira, Associate science officer, Institute of Oriental Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia 

  • KANASHEV Anton, Graduate, International Relations Faculty, University of World Economy and Diplomacy, Tashkent, Uzbekistan 

  • KHUDOYOROV Murodali, Specialist, Department of CIS, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Republic of Tajikistan, Dushanbe, Tajikistan

  • KLIMENKO Ekaterina,Training and Research Assistant, OSCE Academy, Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic 

  • LEBEDEVA Yulia, First Secretary, First Department of the CIS, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russian Federation, Moscow, Russia

  • MAMATKANOVA Nazira, Adviser, CIS Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kyrgyz Republic, Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic

  • MAMEDOV Batyr, LecturerDepartment of World Economy and International Relations, Graduate School, Magtymguly Turkmen State University, Ashgabat, Turkmenistan

  • OZIERSKI Przemyslaw, Teaching and Research Fellow, OSCE Academy Bishkek, Poland

  • PISKUNOVA Natalia, Assistant, Theoretical and Experimental Physics of Nuclear Reactors Department, National research nuclear university «MEPhI», Moscow, Russia

  • SIDOROV Yevgenij, Chief Specialist, Central Institute of Continuing Education and Training, Obninsk, Russia

  • TADTAEV Sergey, Adviser, Department of External Policy Relations of Republic of South Ossetia Foreign Ministry, Tskhinval, South Ossetia

  • YANTALETS Dmitrii, Senior Desk Officer, Verification Directorate, General Stuff, Ukrainian Armed Forces, Kiev, Ukraine

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