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The Joint Declaration of the Denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula is signed by the DPRK and the Republic of Korea.
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18.01.2022

The year 2022 has started with a full of events: a diplomatic marathon took place in the framework of Russia-USA and Russia-NATO. Increasingly, there are allegations in Western countries about a possible Russian invasion of Ukraine. In response to this, Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov notes: "The number of scenarios of actions developed by the United States in the event of an alleged possible "invasion" of the Russian Federation into Ukraine raises suggestions that the special services, intelligence and the Foreign Ministry of the States have announced a competition for their creation."

18.01.2022

On January 17, 2022, North Korea conducted a new missile test, the fourth since the beginning of the year. Media, citing the Japan Coast Guard, report that the DPRK allegedly launched two short-range ballistic missiles towards the Eastern Sea. According to the South Korean Joint Chiefs of Staff, the launch took place near Sunan International Airport (Pyongyang).

17.01.2022

On Friday, January 14, the delegations of the eighth round of JCPOA negotiations returned to the capitals for official consultations, while expert working groups continue discussing the issue. The American side is concerned that Iran's nuclear progress "will be too difficult to reverse," meaning there are only a few weeks left for negotiations. According to representatives of the United States, Washington is prepared for either outcome.

PIR Center Projects in 2021

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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 Prospects of the Russian-Chinese Dialogue on Global Security, Nuclear Nonproliferation and Arms Control

1.7 Oral History of Nuclear Nonproliferation: Voices from Russia

1.8 Yaderny Kontrol (Nuclear Control) E-journal 


 

2. Global & Regional Security: New Ideas for Russia

2.1 Global Security: New Ideas for Russian Foreign & Security Policy

2.2 Towards a New European Security Agenda

2.3 BRICS Potential for Global Peace and Security 

2.4 Emerging Technologies and Russia's National Interests

2.5 Russian Security Index Yearbook


 

3. Education and Training Program

3.1 International School on Global Security

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

3.3 Internship Program at PIR Center

3.4 Nonproliferation.World – An Online Platform for Education & Research 

3.5 PIR Alumni Community

3.6 Midweek Brainstorming Sessions

3.7 Collaboration with Universities

3.8 The Timerbaev Debates & International Student Club

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

3.10 Nuclear Nonproliferation Textbook – a New Russian Edition

3.11 Nuclear Nonproliferation Textbook – Global Edition (in English)

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4. Information & Publications Program

4.1 Developing PIR Center's Web Site www.pircenter.org 

4.2 Security Index Occasional Paper Series (Russian Edition)

4.3 Security Index Occasional Paper Series - Global Edition

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4.4 PIR Press News

4.5 Pirogue Newsletter

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

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5. Partnerships & Networking

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5.1 PIR Center's Advisory Board 

5.2 Trialogue Club International

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