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Rosatom and IAEA signed an agreement on creation of an international nuclear fuel reserve bank
29.03.2010

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27.03.2020

On March 12, 2020, an extended meeting of the Trialogue Club Internationaltookplace.Its topic was “50 Years after Ratification of the NPT by the Soviet Union and its Entry into Force: Lessons Learned and Prospects for Strengthening of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Regime”

26.03.2020

Verification is a key and indispensable element of nuclear arms control and nuclear disarmament. Any substantive discussion on the future of strategic stability, nuclear arms race limitation, and the prospects for nuclear disarmament becomes pointless if it fails to address verification. To answer the question of what verification should look like in the future, leading Russian and foreign experts analyze the experience of the implementation of bilateral agreements between the Soviet Union/Russia and the United Sates and look at various international mechanisms. For the first time, Russian experts offer a comprehensive assessment of the approaches proposed by the International Partnership for Nuclear Disarmament Verification (IPNDV) and other new initiatives in this field.

18.03.2020

"Coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) poses a real threat to public safety and well-being. Europe has become the epicenter of the outbreak. The situation in Europe is getting worse by every hour. Although the situation in Russia is yet relatively safe, the fact that the pandemic is raging along the perimeter of Russia’s borders cannot be ignored. Risks for Russia are increasing",  Director of PIR Center Dr. Vladimir A. Orlov.

No. 17 (2001): Proliferation and Nonproliferation in South Asia: Status and Outlook (In Russian).

nz17.jpgThe authors study the nonproliferation problem in South Asia, attempting to reveal the internal reasons for the crisis situation in this region, analyzing military strategic and geopolitical consequences of the appearance of new nuclear states, and presenting their views on the prospects for lessening nuclear confrontation within and around the region. The publication also analyzes the reasons for the escalation of arms race on the South-Asian subcontinent, as well as Russian-Indian cooperation concerning the peaceful use of atomic energy, prospects for its further development, and influence on the future of the international nonproliferation regime.

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