Chronology

The Treaty for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in Latin America (Tlatelolco Treaty) comes into force for Cuba.
23.10.2002
The RF Government approves the "Radioactive Waste and Spent Nuclear Material Management Disposal" program.
23.10.1995
The IAEA Statute is adopted.
23.10.1956

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22.10.2014

“The CyberModule classes at the PIR Center International School gave me a powerful professional boost and allowed me to become acquainted with leading Russian information security and internet governance experts.  I especially anticipated lectures with focus on the Runet regulation, analysis of identification on the internet and other topics; such lectures fully lived up to all expectations. I awant to note the importance of the debates and other interactive exercises, which give impetus to further independent study of these issues,” – Olga Bogdanovich, Ph.D. student in the department of Russian, Slavic and General Linguistics at Taurida National V.I.Vernadsky University.


21.10.2014

“In winter 2014 I expect the security situation to get worse. By the time the campaign against Islamic State is over we will see the group becoming active and stronger outside Syria and Iraq just like Al-Qaeda before. Libya will become hub for terrorism and its transition will become even more complicated than it has been. The USA might find itself sucked into an endless conflict in the region and light as well decide to go back to Iraq under whatever pretext”, - Independent Libyan Academic, Journalist, Mustafa Fetouri.

20.10.2014

“Modern society has approached the stage of post-industrial development, which is characterized by the rapidly expanding information field of cross-language communication.  Prospects for the use of pictographic meta-language in ensuring effective cross-language written communication between multilingual correspondents as well as the equal translation of texts seem promising,” – Director of American Programs at the Russkiy Mir Foundation, Nikolai Mikhailov.

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