«Ves Mir Publishers» releases Selected Works of Gennady M. Evstafiev

April 28, 2023

 MOSCOW. APRIL 28. PIR PRESS. “Gennady Evstafiev was a real passionary: keeping his mind “in the cold”, he was a professional, not indifferent, passionate – in everything that concerned the interests of Russia, its security, in everything that made it possible to avoid a global catastrophe”, – Dr. Vladimir Orlov, PIR Center founder and director.

«Ves Mir Publishers» releases an edition of selected works of Lieutenant General Gennady M. Evstafiev (1938–2013), timed to coincide with the 85th anniversary of his birth.

This book includes articles by G.M. Evstafiev, published at different times in PIR Center editions and devoted to the most complex and controversial issues in the field of global security – from the future of nuclear non-proliferation regime to the prospects for the development of unmanned aerial vehicles and US policy in Central Asia.

Works by G.M. Evstafiev determined the vector of development of research in the field of international security for decades to come, and a number of issues raised in them can be discussed to this day. Some other touches to the portrait of Gen. Evstafiev can be found in the foreword “Passionary of Nuclear Nonproliferation“, written by Dr. Vladimir Orlov.

It should be noted that the scientific heritage of Gennady Evstafiev remains in high demand: in particular, his achievements formed the basis of the methodology of the PIR Center report ” New Nuclear Nine? Assessing Nuclear Proliferation Threats in the World”, also published in the year of the anniversary of General Evstafiev.

The presentation of two books will take place on June 4, on the sidelines of the XXII International School on Global Security (by invitation only).

We also remind you that applications for the 3rd competition for the best research work in the field of international security named after G.M. Evstafiev (Evstafiev Award). Detailed information about the requirements for submitted works can be found at the link.

Key words: Oral history

E3/TSU – 04/23