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The Joint Convention on the Safety of Spent Fuel Management and on the Safety of Radioactive Waste Management of 1997 comes into force for France.
18.06.2001
At the USSR-U.S. Vienna Summit, L.I. Brezhnev and J. Carter sign the Treaty on the Limitation of Strategic Offensive Arms (SALT II), which never comes into force.
18.06.1979

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15.06.2018

"The level of lecturers motivated to formulate qualitative and non-trivial questions, warmed up interest even to topics that you were not originally expert at. The organizers have done everything possible to make us forget about everyday aspects of life, created ideal conditions not only for resting, but also for working and studying!" – said the winner of the International School on Global Security 2018 Alexander Protsenko.


07.06.2018

“The contemporary Russian and American leaders should reconfirm unequivocally and without any reservations the conviction of their predecessors of the 1970s and 1980s that nuclear war cannot be won and must never be fought,” Dr. Alexei Arbatov, Head of the Center for International Security, Institute of World Economy and International Relations (IMEMO).

25.05.2018

The disarmament agenda I am launching today goes beyond nuclear weapons and weapons of mass destruction. Disarmament concerns every country, and all weapons, from hand grenades to hydrogen bombs. Deadly weapons put us all at risk and leaders have a responsibility to minimize that risk. The paradox is that when each country pursues its own security without regard for others, we create global insecurity that threatens us all. Disarmament – including arms control, non-proliferation, prohibitions, restrictions, confidence-building and, where needed, elimination – is an essential tool to secure our world and our future,” Antonio Guterres, UN Secretary-General.

Landmark 100th issue of Security Index Journal

SECURITY INDEX 100th ISSUE

In the spring of 2012 PIR Center reached a major milestone, the 100th issue of the Security Index journal was published. We tried to make the event memorable for our Russian and international readers as well.

To mark the occasion, we held three scientific and practical seminars, in Moscow, Geneva and Vienna, to present the 100th issue to a select Russian and international audience. We have discussed topical issues of nuclear nonproliferation, disarmament and nuclear security. The 100th issue was also be presented to delegates of the Preparatory Committee of the 2012 NPT Review Conference and other key international forums.

We have decided that the 100th issue will largely focus on the road the Security Index – and its predecessor, the Yaderny Kontrol – have travelled over the past nearly 20 years in studying issues of nonproliferation, nuclear arms control and nuclear security. Going back to our traditional roots in the 100th issue, we also look into the future, discussing key issues of the nuclear nonproliferation agenda for the 21st century.

1. 100th issue of Security Index Journal presentation, April 19, 2012, Moscow. Rossia24 TV Channel.

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2. 100th issue of Security Index Journal - how we got here (the movie).

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3. Ambassador of Sri Lanka to France and member of PIR Center's International Expert Group Dayan Jayatilleka expressed his congratulations with publishing the landmark 100th issue of Security Index

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Moscow presentation (photo galery)

Geneva presentation (photo galery)

Vienna presentation (photo galery)




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