Events

18.04.2018

Our keynote speakers will be the key Russian expert on Middle East, Prof. Vitaly V. Naumkin, President of the Institute of Oriental Studies at the Russian Academy of Sciences. In 2015 he was a moderator of the Inter-Syrian Moscow meeting. In 2016 act...

PIR Center Special Advisor Vladimir Orlov takes part in the sixty-nine session of the UN Secretary General’s Advisory Board on Disarmament Matters, January 23-26, Geneva, Switzerland
26.01.2018
PIR Center Special Advisor Vladimir Orlov takes part in the meeting of the UNIDIR Board of Trustees, January 23, Geneva, Switzerland
23.01.2018
Trialogue Club International meeting and seminar on “Prospects of the Russian – US Relations and their Impact on Global Security”, Institute of Contemporary International Studies of Diplomatic Academy ща the Russian Foreign Ministry, Moscow, Russia
12.12.2017
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News

03.04.2018

“We really have quite serious problems in arms control. Nothing similar happened before. The trend we seemed to notice in the 1990s has become history. In Russia, we had illusions that we could have normal partnership dialogue with Western countries. On our part, we have done practically everything possible for this dialogue,” - Vladimir Yermakov, Director of the Department for Nonproliferation and Arms Control of the Russian MFA. 

02.03.2018

"The United States and Russia have managed to cooperate on nonproliferation even amid grave political crises since such cooperation always was and remains indispensable to the preservation and success of the nonproliferation regime. Whenever the two countries, divided by broader political disagreements, failed to compartmentalize their relations and keep nonproliferation dialogue intact, they would also fail to achieve common nonproliferation-related goals, something they cannot allow to happen today,” Mr. Adlan Margoev, PIR Center’s “Russia and Nuclear Nonproliferation” Program Director.

08.02.2018

Today they DPRK has a nuclear arsenal. In my judgment, they are not going to give up their nuclear arsenal. Diplomacy is no longer able to solve that problem and that’s the problem we have to deal with today. Therefore, U.S, Russia, China, Japan and South Korea have to being able to contain and deter the arsenal they have. It is not primarily a diplomatic issue, but a military issue. Secondly, we need diplomacy to try to lower that danger”,  Former Secretary of Defense (1994 – 1997) William Perry.

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Centre russe d'études politiques

«I welcome the initiative to create Centre russe d'études politiques. This will make a significant contribution to strengthening the strategic dialogue between Russia, Europe and the U.S. and also will provide a forum for exchanging the views between representatives of government, international experts, students, political scientists, and representatives of business and the media»

 Constantine Kosachev, the Chairman of the Council of the Federation Committee on Foreign Affairs

 

12-04-26_Audience_General_Picture.JPGCentre russe d'études politiques was founded in Switzerland in August 2006. Its headquarters is located in the canton of Geneva.

The main objective of Centre is the establishing active dialogue on international security issues between Russia and European countries. Particular attention is paid to the development of Russian-Swiss dialogue on international security. The Centre russe d'études politiques  is honored to have among its members: President of the Grand Conseil of Geneva canton Guy Mettan, Director of the Peace Research Institute in Frankfurt Harald Mueller, Special Representative of the Secretary General of the Council of Europe Gerard Stoudmann, Ambassador of Italy to Switzerland Cosimo Risi as well as European policy makers,  members of the leading European research centers. Among the corporate members of the Centre Russe d'etudes Politiques are Russian and Swiss organizations including Trialogue Club International

Centre russe dtudes politiques membership includes:

 

* Subscription to monthly bulletin Russia Confidential (in Russian and English);
* Subscription to the PIR Center’s electronic publications
* Monographs and reports from the PIR Center Library Series (in Russian/English);
* Invitations to all Centre russe d'études politiques’ events.

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Contact information Centre russe d'études politiques, 15, rue du Cendrier, Case Postale 1106, CH-1211 Geneva 1, Switzerland. Phone: + 41 (0) 79 736 9034; e-mail: crep@pircenter.org.

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