Evgeny Buzhinsky, Anatoly Dyakov, Evgeny Ilyin, Alexander Kolbin, Viktor Koltunov, Mikhail Kustovsky, Vladimir Orlov, Alexander Radchuk, and Vladimir Rybachenkov

Proponents of non-strategic nuclear weapons (NSNW) reductions stepped up their rhetoric in 2010. The new NATO Strategic Concept adopted in 2010 and the U.S. Senate’s resolution on the ratification of the New START treaty include paragraphs which allege a disparity between U.S. and Russian NSNW stock...

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«Nuclear and information technologies have become tightly interconnected. Civil nuclear infrastructure is becoming unprecedentedly vulnerable to cyber threats. Information technologies make impact on strategic positions of a nation state in the world. They also can be useful for tackling new challenges in the field of nonproliferation. In its turn, the experience of nuclear nonproliferation and arms control regimes would be useful for decision making in the field of international regulation of cyberspace», - PIR Center intern Maxim Simonenko.

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Name: Radchuk, Alexander V.
City: Moscow, Russia
Affiliation: Advisor to the Chief of General Staff, Russian Armed Forces
Biography :

Member of the Trialogue Club International since 2012. Dr., Prof., Advisory Board member. Graduated from the Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Faculty of Professional Development and Advanced Training of Military Academy of General Staff, Russian Academy of State Service under the President of the Russian Federation. He saw different duties in the Central Institute for Scientific Research of the Russian Defense Ministry. Radchuk Alexander is the author of more than 130 scientific works on the issues of strategic stability, nuclear deterrents. PIR Center Advisory Board member since 2009.