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All nuclear weapons are withdrawn from Kazakhstan to Russia.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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18.05.2017

“The structured dialogue on current and future challenges and risks to security launched within the OSCE is not yet a negotiation on a regime of conventional arms control in Europe, but an attempt to develop a shared understanding of what could be its foundation in the current conditions. Russia has supported this process, yet it specified that unless NATO drops its deterrence policy there could hardly be any progress,” —  Oleg Shakirov, PIR Center consultant.

10.05.2017

“We need a successful pilot project for a new Europe, a major and ambitious one. The revival of Ukraine must and can become such a project. It should be based on three legally binding pillars”, — Dr. Vladimir A. Orlov, Special Advisor to PIR Center, Evgeny Sharov, Independent Ukrainian Analyst.

02.05.2017

“The 2017 Vienna Prepcom will be difficult, with attempts to muddle through it, at best; or ugly and swampy, at worst. For different reasons, parties to the Treaty come to Vienna today full or irritations or disappointments. The only good news about this session: there are absolutely no illusions,” – Dr. Vladimir A. Orlov, member of the UN Secretary General’s Advisory Board for Disarmament Matters, Special Advisor to PIR Center.

PIR Center Projects in 2015-2016

 

1.  “Russia and Nuclear Nonproliferation” Program

1.1 The Future of the NPT: Shaping Russia’s Position

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1.2 Iranian Nuclear Program: Russia’s  Interests

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

1.4 Nuclear Security in the World – Assessment and Recommendations

1.5 Ways towards Nuclear Disarmament

1.6 Yaderny Kontrol e-newsletter

1.7 Vienna+Geneva e-newsletter (in Russian and English)

 


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2. Security Index

2.1 Security Index Journal (Russian Edition)

2.2 Security Index Journal (Global Edition)



 

3. Education and Training Program

3.1 CIS Training Center on International Security

3.2 International Summer School on Global Security
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3.3 Development of International MA Program «WMD Nonproliferation»

3.4 Internship Program in PIR Center

3.5 Textbook "Nuclear Nonproliferation"

3.6 PIR Center Alumni

3.7 Midweek Brainstorming Sessions

3.8 Cooperation with Universities

3.9 Nuclear Nonproliferation Distance Learning

 


 

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4.1 International Security Index iSi

4.2 PIR Center Website: www.pircenter.org

4.3 PIR Press News

4.4 Dialogue with Mass Media on Foreign and Defence Policy, Global and Regional Security pirpress_1.jpg

4.5 PIR Center Library and Data Base Who is Who in Global Security

4.6 PIRogue – The Information Bulletin of the PIR Center

 


 

5. “Global Internet Governance and International Information Security” Program

5.1 Cyber Threats to Nuclear Infrastructure & Strengthening Cyber Security of Nuclear Facilities: Agenda for International Cooperation

5.2 Transforming Architecture of Global Internet Governance: The Role and Interests of Russian Internet Community

5.3 Global Identification in the Internet: National and International Security Issues

5.4 The CyberPulse: PIR Center’s Quarterly E-Journal on the issues of information security and global internet governance

 


 

6. “Regional Security: Russia’s Tasks and Interests” Program

6.1 International Conference  «Russia and the World Facing New Dimensions of International Security»

6.2 Transformation of Military and Nonmilitary Challenges and Threats to Russian Security in Land, Outer-Space and Cyber Space – Mid-term Assessment from 2015) 

6.3 Information and Analytical Support of the International Military and Technical Cooperation

6.4 Advisory Board Meetings

 



7. “Regional Security: Russia’s Tasks and Interests” Program

7.1 Toward New Agenda of International Cooperation

7.2 Prospects for Russia-ASEAN Cooperation in Strategic Areas

7.3 Security in Central Asia and Russia

7.4 The Potential of BRICS in Solution of Global Security Problems



 

8. Cooperation with Trialogue International Club and Centre russe d'études politiques

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8.2 Russia Confidential Newsletter

8.3 Development of the Centre russe d'études politiques program in Maison de la Paix

 

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