Chronology

The Treaty between the U.S. and the USSR on the Limitation of Underground Nuclear Weapon Tests and the Treaty between the USSR and the U.S. on Underground Nuclear Explosions for Peaceful Purposes come into force.
11.12.1990
The South Pacific Nuclear Free Zone Treaty (the Treaty of Rarotonga) enters into force.
11.12.1986
Additional Protocols I and II to the Treaty for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in Latin America (Tlatelolco Treaty) come into force for Great Britain.
11.12.1969

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10.12.2019

“Although I try to remain optimistic about the possibility of Russian-American dialogue in preparation for and during the NPT 2020 Review Conference ... I am becoming more and more skeptical, even worried and disappointed with how events are developing. In such difficult times, it is especially important to generate constructive and positive ideas, and I look forward to welcome them from the young generation of experts”, – PIR Center Director Vladimir Orlov.

09.12.2019

“Russian vision and decisions on the issues of arms control, disarmament and nonproliferation remain very pragmatic. We do not feel constrained by traditional formats and diplomatic protocol. On the contrary, we strongly believe that they are the best way to resolve the issues of today and probably of tomorrow”, – Sergey Ryabkov, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation.

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. 

Summer School 2011 Agenda

June 19, Sunday

  • Meeting at PIR Center, departure to Pokrovskoe. Registration. Distribution of Information Package Materials. Reception

June 20, Monday

  • Common European Security and Cooperation – Looking for Consensus
  • The role of NATO in the modern security system
  • Contemporary Processes in Energy Sphere and International Political Relations
  • Round table. “Integration in the post-Soviet Space – First Lessons and Perspectives”
  • Russia's Policy Priorities and International Security
  • Seminar on Readings

June 21, Tuesday

  • International WMD Nonproliferation Regimes and the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT)
  • Contemporary Challenges and Threats to Nuclear Nonproliferation Regime
  • Nuclear Weapon States: Nuclear Programs, Military Doctrines, and Nonproliferation
  • Nuclear Tipping Point Film
  • Seminar-Debate “Will the World without Nuclear Weapons be a Safer Place?”

June 22, Wednesday

  • The Role of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in the Nonproliferation Regime. IAEA Safeguards
  • International Security and New Fields of Strategic Studies
  • Missile Defense – Tasks, Possibilities, Perspectives
  • Information Technologies and New Trends in the Military Organization
  • Swiss Defense and Security Policy: View from the Neutral Europe
  • Nuclear Weapon-Free Zones

June 23, Thursday

  • International seminar “Nuclear Energy and the Development of the Nonproliferation Culture: Covering New Regions” 
  • Nuclear fuel cycle and nuclear security
  • International Export Control System
  • Novospassky Monastery. Excursion. Concert of the Monastery Choir

June 24, Friday

  • Nuclear Program of DPRK and the Eastern Asia Nonproliferation Problems
  • Nonproliferation and Security Problems in South Asia
  • Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC). Biological Weapons Convention (BWC)
  • CWC and BWC Realization Problems

June 25, Saturday

  • Solving the Iranian Nuclear Problem
  • Russia and the USA: from Deterrence towards New Approaches in the Relationships
  • Testing Upon Completion of the 1st Week
  • Military and Political Dimensions of the International Security
  • Middle East – Political Development Scenarios and the Impact on the Post-Soviet States

June 26, Sunday

  • Excursion to Zvenigorod and Alexander .Pushkin State Historical and Literature Museum in Zakharovo      

June 27, Monday

  • Russia-NATO Partnership – Political Reset and Practical Cooperation: Opportunities and Challenges
  • Public image of NATO in Russia and perceptions of Russia in Allied countries
  • Stabilizing Afghanistan - a case study in pulling the cart together?
  • New Security Challenges: Common Threats or Competiting Agendas?

June 28, Tuesday

  • Global Trends in the Sphere of Conflicts and Other Forms of Armed Violence
  • Organized Crime and Armed Violence
  • Seminar CIS Security and Borders Problems (Afghanistan, Central Asia, Caucasus)
  • Russia – United States Relations and the International Security Issues

June 29, Wednesday

  • Internet, Information Technology and Global Security
  • Round table: CyberSecurity
  • Role playing game: Global Internet Governance Treaty
  • National and International Mechanisms of Prevention of Conventional Arms Illicit Traffic

June 30Thursday

  •  International Cooperation in Space (Star City) Excursion

July 1, Friday

  • Countering Illegal Income and Terrorism Funding
  • Role playing game: International Arms Trade Treaty
  • Testing Upon Completion of the 2nd Week
  • Certificates Awards / Photo
  • Reception on the Occasion of the Program Completion
  • Participants' Departure
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