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Great Britain conducts its last nuclear test.
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25.11.2020

“In this transitional period, further strengthening of the dialogue with external partners, in particular BRICS-Plus, is of paramount importance. The absence of the states of the Middle East and Southeast Asia in the “club” at present limits the potential for the formation of a BRICS partner network. Whereas the “club” has a generally strong membership, so far, none of the states of the Islamic world participates in BRICS. This creates a certain imbalance, even though the Muslim population makes up a significant share in two of the five BRICS countries (India and Russia)”, ‒ PIR Center's report on the prospects of BRICS enlargement from the point of view of international security and Russia's interests.

24.11.2020

On the November 16 the U.S. conducted a successful test of the SM-3 Block IIA interceptor missile. The target of interceptor missile imitated an ICBM. The editorial board decided to talk to an expert about the way such test may influence strategic stability.  During the interview Oleg Krivolapov, research fellow of the Institute of USA and Canada of the Russian Academy of Sciences, told Nikita Degtyarev, Coordinatorof the PIR CenterInformation & Publications Program, about the influence of the SM-3 Block IIA test on strategic stability, threat to Russian strategic systems and the future of the U.S. antimissile system.

23.11.2020

“Today, feeling the amazing energy of the participants of the XX Anniversary School, of my colleagues and, of course, of those, who we call the PIR Center Community, I want to point out that we are moving in the right direction. Thanks to our common efforts, the PIR Center has crossed a quarter-century threshold and continues to be active, for what I want to express my special thanks to members of our “organized non-governmental community”, ‒ Vladimir Orlov, Founder and Director of the PIR Center.   

Publications archieve of Oleg Demidov

2014

1. Does Russia really want a fragmented Internet? Russia Direct, September 30, 2014.

2. ICT in the Brics Agenda before The 2015 Summit: Installing the Missing Pillar?, Security Index: A Russian Journal on International Security, Volume 20, Issue 2, 2014. – pp. 127-132.

3. Cybersecurity: Some Critical Insights and Perspectives. Ed. by Damien D. Cheong. US-Russian Confidence Building Measures in Cyberspace: Historical Background and Perspectives. – pp. 60-66.

4. No Peace No War 2015: An Outlook for Cyberspace and Global Security, Security Index: A Russian Journal on International Security, Volume 20, Issue 3-4, 2014. – pp. 1-4.

5. U.S.–Russian CBMs in the Use of ICTS: A Breakthrough with an Unclear Future, Security Index: A Russian Journal on International Security, Volume 20, Issue 3-4, 2014. – pp. 69-80.

6. A Twenty-First Century Concert of Powers – Promoting Great Power Multilateralism for the Post-Transatlantic Era. (Co-author of a collective monograph)  The 21st Century Concert Study Group, Peace Research Institute Frankfurt (PRIF), 2014. – 83 p. 


2013

1. Tackling the Challenges of ICT and the Internet. Invest in South Africa. Vladimir Orlov, Oleg Demidov. Publication by BRICS Research Group, University of Toronto, 2013.

2. High Tech on BRICS Agenda: What Could Russia Propose? Andrey Baklitsky, Evgeny Buzhinsky, Pavel Luzin, Oleg Demidov. Security Index: A Russian Journal on International Security, Volume 19, Issue 2, 2013. – pp. 81-84.

3. Flame in Cyberspace. Oleg Demidov, Maxim Simonenko. Security Index: A Russian Journal on International Security, Volume 19, Issue 2, 2013. – pp. 69-72.

4. Cyberwarfare and Russian Style of Cyberdefense, Security Index: A Russian Journal on International Security, Volume 19, Issue 3, 2013. – pp. 67-71. 


2012

1. Social Networks in International and National SecuritySecurity Index (International Edition) NO. 1 (98), 2012. 

2. International Regulation of Information Security and Russia's National InterestsSecurity Index (International Edition), NO. 4 (101), Fall 2012. 

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