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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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Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov for PIR Center "Open Collar" Project image
05.12.2019

“Get in your favourite car and drive, wherever the road takes you”, – Sergey Ryabkov, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation. 

PIR Center publishes the report “The Future of the Vienna Document: Prospects for the Further Development of Confidence- and Security-Building Measures in Europe” by Oleg Shakirov image
05.12.2019

PIR Center publishes the report "The Future of the Vienna Document: Prospects for the Further Development of Confidence- and Security-Building Measures in Europe” by Oleg Shakirov in light of the 26th Meeting of the OSCE Ministerial Council in Bratislava. 

30.11.2019

"Today, the world is witnessing so-called 'Technological Predominance or Technological Dictatorship' process, which means that emerging technologies get introduced in a military sphere for modernization of existing and production of new arms. There is not a politician or a military man who would confirm that artificial intelligence (AI) is in charge of strategic decisions. Though people are currently dealing with weak AI, strong AI and even 'super-AI' are to be available in the not so distant future.” – Director of PIR Center’s Emerging Technologies and Global Security Project Vadim Kozyulin.

No. 17 (2001): Proliferation and Nonproliferation in South Asia: Status and Outlook (In Russian).

nz17.jpgThe authors study the nonproliferation problem in South Asia, attempting to reveal the internal reasons for the crisis situation in this region, analyzing military strategic and geopolitical consequences of the appearance of new nuclear states, and presenting their views on the prospects for lessening nuclear confrontation within and around the region. The publication also analyzes the reasons for the escalation of arms race on the South-Asian subcontinent, as well as Russian-Indian cooperation concerning the peaceful use of atomic energy, prospects for its further development, and influence on the future of the international nonproliferation regime.

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