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A hydrogen bomb is tested at the Marshall Islands. It is the most powerful atmospheric explosion conducted by the U.S., at 125 megatons. The U.S.’s fist victim of nuclear weapons testing: one man died as a result of the explosion
28.02.1954
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24.02.2021

The research is devoted to the study of developing nuclear energy by one of the key Middle Eastern countries. It is divided into three sections: the driving factors for Saudi Arabia to develop nuclear power and non-proliferation concerns; the review of the nuclear energy suppliers to the Middle East; the Saudi Arabia-Russia cooperation and its prospects.

19.02.2021

"At the PIR Center, or, better to say, with the PIR Center, I spent 22 years of my life... PIR Center is a good school of life. It works like a meat grinder. It grinds you, but as it should, and then it forms a very high-quality person. It gives you the right guidelines for the future life, with regard to interaction, attitude to work in general, responsibility, meeting deadlines, teamwork without any frames", ‒ Dmitry Polikanov, Member of the PIR Center Executive Board.

18.02.2021

“The United States is increasingly entering long-term great powers’ strategic competition in cyberspace. In this regard, the USA needs a new strategy of actions in cyberspace – a strategy of a persistent engagement or constant implementation of proactive cyber operations that do not reach the level of an armed conflict”, ‒ PIR Center intern Sergeу Sebekin.

No. 14 (2000): Russia’s Nuclear Policy: Challenges and Future (In Russian).

nz14.jpgThis publication prepared by the PIR Center under The Future of Nuclear Power project is dedicated to the most difficult problems of Russia’s nuclear policy. Among others, it touches upon such subjects as the development of a uniform national nuclear policy, the composition and structure of strategic nuclear forces, current and future regional threats to Russia and capabilities for containing them with nuclear forces.

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