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03.10.2020

Dear PIR Center alumni! Dear friends! We invite you to the open day of the Anniversary International School on Global Security 2020 and the alumni meeting in Zvenigorod!

More information and registration for the meeting are available here.

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08.07.2022

On June 25, within the framework of the XXI International School on Global Security, a traditional meeting of PIR Alumni Community members took place. Colleagues, friends and partners of PIR Center, all those who motivate us to move on with their successes and achievements, support and care, gathered in Zvenigorod, Moscow region. For the first time in the history of PIR Center and the School, a meeting of members of PIR Alumni Community was held in the format of MASLIN-FEST – in honor of Evgeny P. Maslin, Colonel General (Ret.), head of the 12th Main Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, member of PIR Center Executive Board. With this meeting, we wanted to honor the memory of Evgeny Maslin not only as a talented statesman, patriot of his country, reliable colleague and comrade, but also as a lover of poetry, a lover of a song, a lover of warm friendly meetings.


06.07.2022

On June 25, 2022, at the XXI International School of the PIR Center for Global Security Problems in Zvenigorod, within the framework of the Maslin Fest, the First Charity Auction was held in support of the Education and Training Program of PIR Center, at which unique publications of the PIR Center from different years, books and magazines with autographs of the authors were raffled off. Among them: Security Indices for 2012, 2013, 2014, Scientific Notes authored by leading experts in the field of global security: Roland M. Timerbaev, Dmitry G. Evstafiev, Vadim B. Kozyulin, Dmitri V. Polikanov, Ivan A. Safranchuk.

05.07.2022

On June 18-26, 2022, PIR Center held XXI International School on Global Security. The School was held in Zvenigorod, Moscow region, a town rich in unique monuments of the Russian spiritual culture and military glory. XXI International School on Global Security was organized in partnership with MGIMO University as a part of the implementation of the joint project “Global Security, Strategic Stability and Arms Control” (implemented by PIR Center and MGIMO within Strategic Academic Leadership Program “Priority 2030”), as well as with grant support from the Presidential Grants Fund, Alexander Gorchakov Public Diplomacy Fund and Russkiy Mir Foundation.

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International School on Global Security


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«Roundtable discussions and seminars that are hallmarks of the Summer School provide opportunities for broad discussions among the participants. Especially, I want to point out the importance and practical significance of the debates. All topics helped to create a new vision of global security challenges, to expand my knowledge. Amazingly professional speakers, the methodology for conducting classes, presenters always give full and succinct answers to questions. A balanced approach to the selection of participants made it possible to get acquainted with approaches to solving problems in different countries».

Oksana Bosiuk, Attaché,

Embassy of Ukraine in Russian Federation


On June 1826, 2022, PIR Center will host the XXI International School on Global Security for young professionals from Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS).
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The program of the Summer School includes lectures, seminars, round tables, simulations games which enable to examine crucial issues of international security.

Among the key topics:

  • Nuclear nonproliferation and disarmament: key events and the future of the regime;
  • Internet, information technologies and cyber security in modern international relations;
  • Future of the nuclear industry, nuclear security and nonproliferation culture;
  • Transnational crime: fighting corruption, legalization of illicit income, financing of terrorism, human trafficking, illegal arms and drugs trafficking;
  • Economic development and international scientific and technical cooperation;
  • Russian nonproliferation and security policy.
  • PIR Center invites 25 diplomats, officers and other civil servants, researchers specialized in international relations, postgraduates and students to participate in the Summer School. 

Among the speakers of the program are top Russian and foreign researchers and high-ranked diplomats.

Aims of the program:

Promotion of young talents and realization of their research potential, engagement of young postgraduates and candidates in research activity in nonproliferation and global security;

Creation of community of young specialists in international relations in the post-Soviet space.

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