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29.05.2017

«Those, who dream to dedicate their lives to the international security, must definitely try to apply to this program, because there is nothing better in this sphere in the whole world”, — Adlan Margoev, student of the Dual Degree Program in Nonproliferation Studies.

17.02.2017

“Issues of innovative technologies, so called “frontier disputes”, are moving forward from the periphery to the center of attention of the UN Secretary-General. Definitely. I was going to say “slowly, but steadily”. However, it would be inaccurate, because the process goes at full drive. The bureaucratic machine of multilateral diplomacy simply cannot keep pace with this tendency”, — Dr. Vladimir A. Orlov, member of the UN Secretary-General’s Advisory Board on Disarmament Matters, Special Advisor to the PIR Center.

08.02.2017

“Complex security within the framework of a particular state is impossible because of the close interlacing of trans-border cooperation, trans-border structural projects with internal regulations and development of the legal system.” – Oleg Demidov, PIR Center consultant.

 

           

18.01.2017

«The PIR Center and MGIMO have managed to collect some of the foremost experts in the field of nonproliferation from the Russian Federation. We had an opportunity to talk with these people one on one and ask our own personal questions, which is an opportunity I’d never thought I’d have. It has been incredible!» - Noa Mahew, student of the Dual Degree Program in Nonproliferation Studies.


06.10.2016

"The School gives the opportunity to gain knowledge on the most topical issues of international security, to meet the leading Russian and foreign experts, establish useful contacts and networks, which will come in handy in the future. The practice of offsite schools with the international team of participants and lecturers is undoubtedly worth continuing; experience, gained in the School, is priceless "- Vladimir Kim, post-graduate student, Moscow State University.

27.09.2016

"Today, solving practical issues of security we are confronted with fundamental issues of human nature, society, politics and law. Under these conditions, it is important for an expert to be able to go beyond one’s field. Therefore, in the school, we bring together scientists, diplomats, military officers, nuclear scientists, and lawyers, so that in the course of combined trainings and by communicating with each other and with key experts, participants and the organizers of the School open new opportunities for themselves and their activities", - Albert Zulkharneev, Director, PIR Center.

30.08.2016

PIR Center announces results of the contest for participation in International School on Global Security – 2016.

19.07.2016

An education in the MGIMO and MIIS Dual Degree Master’s Program in Nonproliferation Studies is viable and accessible. The program is accepting applications until August 1. The universities involved and the Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI) fund are providing scholarships that will cover the cost of the program for the best entrants. 

 

09.06.2016

“If we just apply the treaty law, we may be tempted to think that if a cyber-attack is not an attack under the classical definition, then it is not restricted. We have to discuss to what extent cyber-attacks can be qualified as acts of violence in a legal sense” Nils Melzer, Human Rights Chair at Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights.

31.05.2016

Applications are open for the 16th International School on Global Security. The School takes place on September 24 — October 2, 2016 in Abramtsevo (Moscow region).


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