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11.03.2019

"After the leaders of the United States and the DPRK failed to reach a compromise on further steps for the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula in Hanoi, the parties sent each other signals that in case of a complete failure of the negotiation process, they will be ready to continue on the previous course. At the same time, Pyongyang did not immediately start preparations for a full-scale missile test, and Washington decided to limit the scope of its exercises with South Korea. This means that both capitals are set to continue negotiations and expect that the other side will become more сoncessive," Adlan MargoevDirector of the PIR Center “Russia and Nuclear Nonproliferation” program. 

08.02.2019

“Vienna document is a good example of a politically binding agreement having a verification mechanism. This system works, however, as long as it is a multilateral arrangement reached within the framework of OSCE. Bilateral political documents concerning arms control function quite ineffectively”, – PIR Center Board Chairman Evgeny Buzhinskiy. 

21.01.2019

“During your tenure, you took an active part in the discussions of the Board, formulating concrete recommendations on a number of important issues. I applaud your important contribution to the work of the Board,” — Antonio Guterres, the UN Secretary-General.


Training course for CIS university professors and research institutes staff “New Global Security Reality: the Changing Nature of Threats in the XXI Century”

March 25, Monday

 * Training Course participants’ arrival

 March 26, Tuesday

 * Opening Remarks.

* Introduction of participants

* PIR Center presentation – PIR Center’s role in the expert community, PIR Center programs and staff

* Nonproliferation Regime in 1995-2015. Current Challenges and Threats to the Nonproliferation Regime

* Russia and Other CIS Countries’ Nonproliferation and Arms Control Policies

* Global Internet Governance and Security in Cyber Space – Key Issues and Approaches to their Solution.

 March 27, Wednesday

 * Missile Threats and Anti-Ballistic Missile System Issues. Arms Deployment in Outer Space.

* Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

* Conventional Arms Control in Europe

* The Nuclear Dilemma on the Korean Peninsula and Other Security Issues in the Asia-Pacific Region

* Arms Trade Limitations Issues and the International Arms Trade Treaty.

 
March 28, Thursday

 * Nuclear Energy Development – Opportunities and Risks for Nuclear Security and Nonproliferation

* Chemical & Biological Security: Current Status of the Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention and the Convention on the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons Implementation.

* Education in Nonproliferation, Disarmament, and Nuclear Security – Exchange of Best Practices. Seminar. 

* PIR Center Education Opportunities.  

 March 29, Friday

 * Countering Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing, Countering WMD Proliferation Financing, and Russia’s FATF Chairmanship in 2013-2014.

* Nuclear Energy Development and Nonproliferation Issues in the Middle East. Iran’s Nuclear Program

* How to Steal a Nuclear Bomb? Nuclear Terrorism and Nuclear Security

* Debate «Will the World Be More Secure Without Nuclear Weapons?»

* Closing, Awarding of Certificates.

* Reception

 March 30, Saturday

 * Hotel check-out for participants from other cities

* Excursion to "Bunker-42 on Taganka" (Cold War Museum).

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