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  • Position : Chairman of the Executive Board
  • Affiliation : PIR Center
  • Affiliation : Independent consultan
  • Position : Research Fellow
  • Affiliation : Odessa Center for Nonproliferation
  • Affiliation : Senior Research Associate, Kazakhstan Institute for Strategic Studies under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan
  • Affiliation : Department of Modern History and International Relations, Tyumen State University
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PIR Center's Study "PROSPECTS FOR INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION IN WMD NONPROLIFERATION AND NUCLEAR SECURITY"

Dauren Aben, Artem Blashchanitsa, Alexander Cheban, Evgeny Buzhinsky, Dmitry Kovchegin, Vladimir Orlov

The study analyses lessons learned from the application of various international mechanisms to counter the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction (WMD) and strengthen nuclear security. The study also outlines several proposals for improving the effectiveness of these mechanisms.

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PIR Center, January 2014

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