Chronology

Russia President V.V. Putin signs the new revision of Russia’s National Security Concept.
17.01.2000
A U.S. B-52 bomber crashes in Spain with four thermonuclear bombs on board. Two of the bombs are damaged, resulting in the contamination of two hectares of soil.
17.01.1966
The Council of Ministers of the USSR makes the decision to assist socialist countries in research in the field of peaceful uses of atomic energy.
17.01.1955
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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.

17.01.2022

"And, by the way, the coronavirus pandemic, which has brought us very great disasters - economic, social, and human losses – can be a demonstration on a small scale of what can happen if, God forbid, a nuclear catastrophe happens. Here is what we are now seeing around us in connection with the pandemic – this is a tiny cartoon frame of what one can imagine, in case, God forbid, the worst cannot be avoided! And if this had happened, then all the disasters of the pandemic would have been remembered by all those who survived as some kind of childish prank", - Alexei Arbatov, Head of the Center for International Security at the Institute of World Economy and International Relations (IMEMO).

13.01.2022

On January 13, 1993, the Convention on the Prohibition of the Development, Production, Stockpiling and Use of Chemical Weapons and on Their Destruction was signed (also known as Chemical Weapons Convention, CWC). According to Art. I, States Parties are obliged not to develop, produce, or use chemical weapons, not to carry out military preparations for their use; to destroy all chemical weapons in their possession or abandoned by them on the territory of another State Party; destroy any facilities producing such weapons, and not use riot control chemicals as a weapon of war.

Publications archive of Evgeny Buzhinksiy

2020

The future of nuclear arms control and verification challenges Security Index No 4(9)
 
Can an arms control system rely only on national technical means of verification? Security Index No 4(9)
 
Prospects and significance of nuclear arms control Security Index No 3(8)


2014

In Search of Stability Under the Current State of Russia-U.S. Arms Control 
 
Arms Trade in the Age of Turbulence: The Crisis in Ukraine, Western Sanctions, and the Russian Defense Industry Security Index, Volume 20, Issue 3-4
 
Does The INF Treaty Have A Future? Security Index, Volume 20, Issue 2

Conventional Arms Control in Europe: A New Agenda – the Russian Approach. Stenogram of the Joint meeting of the Trialogue Club International and Centre russe d’etudes politiques


2013

The Outlook for UAV Research and Development Security Index, Volume 19, Issue 3
 
The Future of Non-Strategic Nuclear Weapons in Europe: Options Available Security Index, Volume 19, Issue 2

High Tech on BRICS Agenda: What Could Russia Propose? Security Index, Volume 19, Issue 2


2012

U.S.-Russian Security Dialogue in 2012: Steps to Be Taken, Steps to Be Expected, and Steps that Will not Be Taken. Security Index (International Edition) NO. 3 (100), 2012.


2011

What Should be Changed in Bilateral Military-political Dialogue in 2012 to Achieve More Transparency Meeting of the SuPR (Sustainable Partnership with Russia) Group

Reduction of Tactical Nuclear Weapons and Non-Deployed Strategic Nuclear Weapons Meeting of the SuPR (Sustainable Partnership with Russia) Group

 

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