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The Middle East remains one of the zones of high tension and instability in the contemporary world. Today, new challenges – e.g., international terrorism, the crises in Iran, Iraq, Yemen, Libya, and Syria – are adding to the old and deeply rooted problems created by the Arab-Israeli conflict. The un...

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25.09.2020

“The Middle East remains one of the zones of high tension and instability in the contemporary world. We should, however, admit that 2019 was marked by an important event in the sphere of non-proliferation of WMD - the November UN Conference on the Establishment of a Middle East Zone Free of Nuclear Weapons and Other Weapons of Mass Destruction - which can be described as generally successful, at least much more successful than anticipated,” - write Vladimir Orlov and Natalia Artemenkova in their article «A WMD-Free Zone in the Middle East: The Road Toward It as Seen From Moscow», which was published in “International Affairs” in English.

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Artemenkova, Natalia S. image
Name: Artemenkova, Natalia S.
City: Moscow
Affiliation: Russian Foreign Ministry
Position: Attache, Department for Nonproliferation and Arms Control
Biography :

Natalia Artemenkova holds a Master’s degree in Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies from Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO) and the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey (MIIS). She defended her Master’s thesis on US-Russian Dialogue on WMD-Free Zone in the Middle East. Participated in the PIR Center’s 2018 Summer School in International Security. Speaks German and English. Her research interests include U.S.-Russia strategic stability dialogue, WMDFZ in the Middle East, U.S. Initiative «Creating an Environment for Nuclear Disarmament» (CEND), and TPNW.

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