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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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Blog entries: Олег Шакиров (Oleg Shakirov)

08.11.2021

The single draft resolution submitted by Russia and the United States to the First Committee of the United Nations General Assembly opens a new stage in the global debate on information and communication technologies within the context of international security. The restoration of consensus, the broadening of participation and the anticipation of exact contributions to overcoming cyber-threats are the key features of the resolution.

06.03.2019

The OSCE Ministerial Council held in Milan, Italy, on 6-7 December had not promised any breakthroughs in the politico-military dimension and its outcomes were predictably modest. The only document related to this domain (or, in traditional terms, to the “first basket”) that was adopted was the Declaration on OSCE Efforts in the Field of Norms and Best Practices on Small Arms and Light Weapons and Stockpiles of Conventional Ammunition. Apparently, this subject is uncontroversial enough to be the common denominator for the 57 OSCE participating states.

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