Chronology

The signing of the Agreement between the Governments of Russia and France concerning cooperation in safe and secure transportation of nuclear weapons in Russia.
20.10.1993
The Convention on Assistance in the Case of a Nuclear Accident or Radiological Emergency of 1986 and the Convention on Early Notification of a Nuclear Accident of 1986 enter into force for the U.S.
20.10.1988
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PIR PRESS NEWS

14.10.2020

“I offer my congratulations to the fifth cohort of students in the dual-degree program in nonproliferation studies for your admission. This program is important for anyone who cares about the future of US-Russian relations or the global nonproliferation regime. I advise you to use your time wisely, as two years will fly by before you know it. The opportunities provided by PIR Center, the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies, MGIMO and MIIS are all around you and at your disposal”, ‒ Noah Mayhew, Research Associate at Vienna Center for Disarmament and Non-Proliferation.

13.10.2020

This article examines the new trends emerging in the Russian Federation’s foreign policy under the conditions of extreme ideologization, militarization of international relations and consistent destruction of the arms control system. The author analyzes the main directions of Russian-American relations at the present stage and elaborates a roadmap which, when implemented in practice, should result in an effective transformation of the concept of deterrence and restore strategic stability.

09.10.2020

“It is always a pleasure for me to participate in the PIR Center School, I think it is the best format in terms of rich discussions on topical issues of international agenda that directly relate to our country’s position in the world", ‒ Sergey Ryabkov, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation.

PIR Center at the 2015 NPT Review Conference

IX Review Conference of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons took place in New York from April 27 to May 22, 2015. Representatives from 191 member states came together to evaluate the status of the Treaty and lay down main goals for nuclear nonproliferation, disarmament and peaceful use of nuclear energy for the next five years. The Conference ended without the final document,

Implimentation of the Article VI concerning nuclear disarmament and creation of the WMD Zone in the Middle Easr became key issues of the 9th Review Conference. 

PIR Center team participated in the work of the Conference during the whole month.

Our analysis:

   

Andrey BaklitskiyTowards the NPT Review Conference: Deceptive Ease of the Third PrepCom — No Harbinger of Miracle

 

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Vladimir Orlov - What Future for the NPT?

 

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