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The Convention on Nuclear Safety is opened for signing.
21.09.1994
The 15 NSG member-states reach agreement on the Guiding Principles for Nuclear Exports.
21.09.1977
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21.09.2021

The PIR Center team is waiting for new young specialists who are passionate about the problems of nuclear non-proliferation and global security to fill the following vacancies: Nonproliferation & Russia Program Coordinator, Junior Researcher of the Program Nuclear Nonproliferation & Russia Program, Assistant to the coordinator of the Education & Training Program and Assistant Director of the Program "Global & Regional Security: New Ideas for Russia". 

14.09.2021

The final working meeting of the authors of the PIR Center monograph dedicated to the historical experience and prospects of the Russian-American dialogue on nuclear nonproliferation was held on the Zvenigorod land. The book covers a wide range of issues of Russian-American cooperation in the nuclear sphere, from negotiations on Articles I and II of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT) to the current state of the NPT review process.

13.09.2021

"I have always been interested in doing research work. I was brought up in the spirit that the main value is knowledge, and the main tool for acquiring knowledge is books", - Dmitri Trenin, director of the Carnegie Moscow Center.

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I am counting on your [PIR Center] expert assistance in the search for effective responses to the challenges and threats associated with large-scale international terrorist activity.

Sergei Lavrov, Russian Minister of Foreign Affairs

The Security Index journal is always a welcome reminder of a wider picture, of how interconnected the world's problems are. It has become a must-read  for many people here in Vienna, the hub of a number of security related organizations in the wider UN System.

Tibor Toth, Executive Secretary of the Preparatory Comission for the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization


From the moment of its foundation, one of the PIR Center's priorities has been the publication of academic periodicals and monographs devoted to the issues of international security and the nonproliferation of weapons of mass destruction.  To a great extent, the recognition of the PIR Center in the academic world, business community, and political circles is due to the demand for the organization's main publication, the Security Index journal in its Russian and International editions (before 2007 - Yaderny Kontrol).

High-ranking Russian and foreign politicians not merely read the journal but also express on its pages their views on international security issues. The journal authors include Director-General of the United Nations Office at Geneva and the Secretary-General of the Conference on Disarmament, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, Executive Secretary of the CTBTO, Ambassador Tibor Tóth, Secretary General of NATO, Anders Fogh Rasmussen and many others.

Since 2000, the PIR Center has been publishing monographs of the PIR Center Library series. Those include the two-volume textbook for Russian higher education institutions Nuclear Nonproliferation the guideboook Global Partnership Against The Spread Of Weapons Of Mass Destruction, the report Russians on the Threat of WMD Proliferation and Terrorism, and others.

During the years PIR Center has also extensivly published on the diversity of global security, nonproliferation and arms control problems. In particular, these include PIR Study Papers: Russia and Global Security (since 1996), the series of PIR Center Reports (1997-2000), the journals Missile and Outer Space, Chemical weapons and problems of its destruction, Export of conventional arms. The latter became the basis for the journal Eksport Vooruzheniy edited by the Center for Analysis of Strategies and Technologies.

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