Chronology

The Treaty for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in Latin America (Tlatelolco Treaty) comes into force for Cuba.
23.10.2002
The RF Government approves the "Radioactive Waste and Spent Nuclear Material Management Disposal" program.
23.10.1995
The IAEA Statute is adopted.
23.10.1956
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22.10.2020

“The world is now in a state of transformation, and during this period of uncertainty and turbulence realistic analysis and foreign policy planning is more important than ever, especially for Russia”, ‒ Oleg Stepanov, Director of the Foreign Policy Planning Department of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. 

14.10.2020

“I offer my congratulations to the fifth cohort of students in the dual-degree program in nonproliferation studies for your admission. This program is important for anyone who cares about the future of US-Russian relations or the global nonproliferation regime. I advise you to use your time wisely, as two years will fly by before you know it. The opportunities provided by PIR Center, the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies, MGIMO and MIIS are all around you and at your disposal”, ‒ Noah Mayhew, Research Associate at Vienna Center for Disarmament and Non-Proliferation.

13.10.2020

This article examines the new trends emerging in the Russian Federation’s foreign policy under the conditions of extreme ideologization, militarization of international relations and consistent destruction of the arms control system. The author analyzes the main directions of Russian-American relations at the present stage and elaborates a roadmap which, when implemented in practice, should result in an effective transformation of the concept of deterrence and restore strategic stability.

PIR Center Projects in 2020

 

1.  Nuclear Nonproliferation & Russia Program

1.1 Future of the NPT & Russia's Interests

1.2 Arms Control and Scenarios of Nuclear Disarmament 

1.3 Rebuilding the Russian-American Dialogue on Global Security

1.4 Iranian Nuclear Program: Russia’s Interests

1.5 Russia’s Role in the Process of Establishing WMDFZ and Development of Peaceful Nuclear Energy in the Middle East

1.6 Yaderny Kontrol (Nuclear Control) E-journal 


 

2. Emerging Technologies and Global Security Program 

2.1 Emerging Technologies and Global Security

2.2 Global Internet Governance and International Information Security


 

3. Russia’s Priorities in Regional Security Program 

3.1 Toward a New European Security Agenda 

3.2 BRICS Potential for Global Peace and Security


 

4. Education and Training Program

4.1 International School on Global Security

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4.2 International Dual-Degree MA Program in WMD Nonproliferation Studies, Nuclear Policy, and Global Security

4.3 Internship Program at PIR Center

4.4 Nonproliferation.ru / Nonproliferation.world – Educational Online Platform

4.5 PIR Center Alumni Community

4.6 Midweek Brainstorming Sessions

4.7 Collaboration with Universities

4.8 The Timerbaev Debates – International Student Club

4.9 Ten-Year Global Plan on Promoting Disarmament and Nonproliferation Education

4.10 Nuclear Nonproliferation Textbook – a New Russian Edition

4.11 Nuclear Nonproliferation Textbook – Global Edition (in English)


 

5. Information & Publications Program

5.1 Developing PIR Center’s Web Site www.pircenter.org 

5.2 Security Index Occasional Paper Series (Russian Edition)

5.3 Security Index / Russia Confidential Occasional Paper Series (Global Edition)

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5.4 PIR Press News

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5.5 Dialogue in the Social Media and with the Media on Foreign and Defense Policy, Global and Regional Security

 

 


  

6. Partnerships & Networking

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6.1 Trialogue Club International

6.2 PIR Center’s Advisory Board

6.3 Partnership with the Diplomatic Academy of the Russian MFA on Global Trends & International Organizations

6.4 Partnership with the Geneva-based Centre russe d'études politiques

 

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