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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.   

Summer School 2010 Participants

  • BLASHCHANITSA Artem, Department of Modern History and International Relations, Tyumen State University,Tyumen, Russia

  • BOSIUK Oksana, Directorate of Arms Control and Military & Technical Cooperation, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, Kiev, Ukraine

  • VIKNYANSHCHUK Evgenia, School of International Relations, St Petersburg State University, St Petersburg, Russia;

  • GARIBIAN Simon, North-Caucasus Research Center of the High School of the South Federal University (Rostov-upon-Don), Georgia

  • DANKOV Artem, Department of Global Politics, Tomsk State University, Tomsk, Russia

  • ISHMUKHAMEDOV Azat, OSCE Academy in Bishkek, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan

  • KVITSINIA Julia, Law Department Officer, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Abkhazia, Sukhum, Abkhazia

  • KLUCHANSKAYA Svetlana, Department of Global Politics, Tomsk State University, Novosibirsk, Russia

  • KOLBIN Alexander, Faculty of History, Tomsk State University, Tomsk, Russia

  • MAMEDALIEV Murad, International Information Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Turkmenistan,Ashghabad, Turkmenistan;

  • MINENCO Natalia, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania, Bucharest, Romania;

  • MIRINOVA Irina, University of Groningen (the Netherlands) / Faculty of International Relations, Ural StateUniversity, Yekaterinburg, Russia

  • OBORSKYI Olexandr, Political Directorate-General, Ministry Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, Kiev, Ukraine

  • PISARSKI Zbigniew, Council of Europe, Warsaw, Poland

  • RUZIBAEV Sanjar, Faculty of International Relations, University of World Economy and Diplomacy of the MFA of the Republic of Uzbekistan, Tashkent, Uzbekistan

  • SAVA Andrei, Department of Consular Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration of the Republic of Moldova, Chisinau, Moldova

  • SAVUNOV Ivan, Chief Treaty and Law Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Belarus, Minsk, Belarus

  • SANAKOEV Alexey, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of South Ossetia, Tskhinval, South Ossetia

  • SELEZNEVA Anna, Department of work with compatriots abroad, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia, Moscow, Russia

  • SKOMOROKHA Tatiana, Institute for International Relations, National Research Nuclear University “MEPhI”,Moscow, Russia

  • HOVHANNISYAN Artak, International Economic Cooperation Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Armenia, Yerevan, Armenia

  • TCHIRKOVA Anna, Faculty of International Relations, Moscow State Institute of International Relations (University) of the MFA of Russia

  • WANG Chenxing, School of International Relations, St Petersburg State University, China

  • YAROSHENKO Lubov, Department of World Economy and International Affairs, State University – HigherSchool of Economics, Yaroslavl, Russia

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