Chronology

All nuclear weapons are withdrawn from Belarus to Russia.
23.11.1996
The U.S. Government reports the successful completion of Operation Sapphire, the air transport of 581 kg of highly enriched uranium from Kazakhstan to the U.S.
23.11.1994
U.S. Pershing II missiles are deployed on West German territory. The Soviet delegation leaves the MRM Geneva negotiations.
23.11.1983
The Additional Protocol I to the Treaty for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in Latin America (Tlatelolco Treaty) comes into force for the U.S.
23.11.1981

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21.11.2014

“The Japanese have this understanding of ikigai. As usual, this term does not have one, simple translation into Russian language, but is most often interpreted the following way: ‘that which gives meaning to your life, and makes you easily get up each morning with a sense of joy and successfully, richly and happily live out the day.’ Information security is this for me today and, over the course of the past 20 plus years the situation has not changed; this is ikigai”, – Business Consultant on Information Security at Cisco Systems and member of PIR Center Advisory Board, Alexey Lukatsky.

20.11.2014

«I believe that the choice of the subject of the programme is of particular importance at this day and age. I am certain that through academic partnership we shall make our invaluable contribution to increased global security at various levels», –MGIMO Rector Professor Anatoly Torkunov.

19.11.2014

“After the G-20 summit in Brisbane, a moment of clear decision-making comes for Moscow on what outcome it expects for the crisis in the south-east of Ukraine. G-20 summit was one of the last points, where the Kremlin could decide to soften its position on Ukraine and improve relations with the West. However, the country has not taken advantage of this opportunity”, – Member of the Royal Institute of International Relations, journalist Konstantin von Eggert.

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