Chronology

The African Nuclear-Weapon-Free-Zone Treaty (the Treaty of Pelindaba) is opened for signing in Cairo.
11.04.1996
The UN Security Council adopts Resolution 984 on security assurances for states not possessing nuclear weapons.
11.04.1995
Russia’s President issues a decree "On the Measures to Establish the Export Control System in the Russian Federation".
11.04.1992
A U.S. B-29 bomber crashes on a mountain in New Mexico. The atomic explosives on board are partially burned.
11.04.1950
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PIR PRESS NEWS

08.04.2021

The PIR Center team has completed the basic cycle of the work on the systematization and the inventory preparation of the Archive of Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Roland M. Timerbaev. Being a source of experience and wisdom, the Archive was previously submitted to PIR Center by the son of a diplomat.

08.04.2021

"Somewhere in the bowels of the tenth house on Downing Street, a fundamental decision was made: British diplomacy has few problems in connection with the UK's exit from the EU – the British flag should be shown in all its glory and in military-strategic affairs. The UK felt that the chances of a successful NPT Review Conference were already too high and decided to tease the supporters of early nuclear disarmament by further increasing its nuclear arsenal. " About the announced increase in the United Kingdom's arsenal in the main note of the 531 issue of the bulletin Yaderny Kontrol.

02.04.2021

The article is devoted to the role of Congress in the development and adoption of policy decisions on arms control. The author analyzes the difference in the positions of the two parties on the issues of the New Start and the INF Treaty, noting that despite the inter-party contradictions, the tug-of-war with the president, and the limited influence of the Congress on the development of the foreign policy course, the Congress is able to slowly, but direct this course in the right direction with the help of existing levers of pressure.

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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