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A Policy Memo

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Cybersecurity challenges have become one of the key concerns for the operators across all critical infrastructure (CI) sectors. Rapid progress in offensive cyber capabilities and upsurge of the number of CI cybersecurity incidents demand urgent reaction from operators...

The Nuclear Security Summit 2016 was held in Washington, D.C., United States, on March 31-April 1. Though the threat of nuclear and radiological terrorism was the main topic presented at the Summit for the leaders of 58 participating countries, information and cybersecurity of nuclear infrastructure...

International agreement on the Iranian nuclear issue, signed in summer of 2015 (Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action - JCPOA), has become a turning point in efforts to strengthen the nuclear non-proliferation regime. However, approaches to its implementation are still the subject of controversy betwee...

The article offers a review of the existing international requirements for protection, accounting for and control of nuclear material and proposes measures to be implemented at the national level by the nuclear newcomer countries in order to meet the minimum standards of nuclear security for their n...

Midweek Brainstorming Session on topic "Nuclear Security in Russia: state assessment and prospects for international cooperation" 17.03.2021

On March 17, the PIR Center will hold a new Midweek Brainstorming Session on the theme "Nuclear Security in Russia: state assessment and prospects for international cooperation". During the upcoming discussion, Dmitry Kovchegin, a member of PIR Center Advisory Board, will tell about his own vision of the nuclear security condition in Russia. 

 

You can register for the event at the following link: https://center-pir.timepad.ru/event/1578712/

 

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