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U.S. President D. Eisenhower addresses the UN General Assembly to propose the creation of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), which would exercise control over proliferation of nuclear technologies used for peaceful purposes.
08.12.1953
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07.12.2021

The seventh round of JCPOA negotiations kicked off in Vienna, having resumed after a five-month hiatus. The delegation of Ali Bagheri Kani submitted two draft resolutions, on sanctions and on the nuclear program, respectively. In sum, Iran is demanding a complete lifting of sanctions in exchange for halting its nuclear program. Can the JCPOA be revived this time?

07.12.2021

"One of my best qualities is one of my worst qualities. I tend never to be satisfied with what I’ve said or what I’ve written. The good part of that is that I’m always striving for perfection. The bad part of it is that you can get paralyzed with this obsession with perfection rather than going forward more quickly with an approach “that’s good enough," Robert Einhorn, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution.

PIR Center Director Dr. Vladimir Orlov was invited as a keynote speaker to BRICS International School image
06.12.2021

Оn November 30, 2021 in Zoom the session "BRICS: Measuring International Stability and Security" within the BRICS International School was held. During the session Dr. Vladimir Orlov, PIR Center Director and MGIMO Professor, Georgy Mikhno, Deputy Director of the Department for New Challenges and Threats of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Dr. Ana Garcia, Director of the BRICS Policy Center in Brazil, Dr. Timofey Bordachev, Academic Supervisor in the Center for Comprehensive European and International Studies of the National Research University Higher School of Economics addressed the audience with their estimations on BRICS possible cooperation in the sphere of international security.

Russia Confidential analytical bulletin

RUSSIA CONFIDENTIAL analytical bulletin provides its subscribers with an exclusive information on the most topical issues of international security which directly affect interests of Russian Federation.

Among the authors of the bulletin there are leading experts in different areas of international security representing Russian and foreign research centers as well as independent analysts.

Among the recent topics of the bulletin there are:

What Russia and the World Should Expect from the Trump Presidency: Projections on the Future of U.S. Policy in Four Areas

Trump, Russia and a Narrow Window of Opportunity

New Agenda for the 21st Century: New Technologies and Global Security Challenges (A review of the international conference “Emerging Technologies and Global Security: An Agenda for the 21st Century”)

Suspension and termination of Russian-U.S. nuclear cooperation agreements: implications for Russia, the United States, and global security

 Accusation of cyberatacks: the facts to keep in mind

Military Robotics in the United States, China and Russia: Start of Undeclared Competition

Future on Dialogue on BMD, INF Forces and Conventional Forces in Europe in the Light of Warsaw NATO Summit Results

Russia and the World Opposing New Threats (based on materials from the V Moscow Conference on International Security

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