Chronology

2010 NPT Review Conference adopted its Final Document
28.05.2010
Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons ends with the adoption of the Final Document
28.05.2010
The treaty between the USSR and the U.S. on Underground Nuclear Explosions for Peaceful Purposes is signed.
28.05.1976

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26.05.2020

«The circumstances in which the whole world has found itself today have changed, but the importance of nuclear nonproliferation issues and U.S.-Russia dialogue on the NPT review process continues to bring together both young and major experts. I am very glad that modern technologies help us in this. Could anyone predict a year ago, at the last meeting of the working group, that the Review Conference would be rescheduled? Hardly. But this gives us time, and by “us” I mean Russia, the USA and the whole nonproliferation community, time to think creatively about how we can better prepare for it. And our Track 2.5 meetings are devoted to exactly such ideas, fresh and bright, from the next generation of experts», – Director of PIR Center, Head of the Center for Global Trends and International Organizations at the Diplomatic Academy of the Russian Federation, Professor at MGIMO University, Co-Chair of the working group Dr. Vladimir Orlov

25.05.2020

“I am a grounbreaker by nature. I need to create something new that will emotionally and intellectually resonates with millions of people”,  - said Lyubov Soldatkina, Head of the Department of expert analysis and control of the implementation of priorities and national projects of the All-Russia People's Front.

22.05.2020

The report presents the Russian Foreign Ministry views at the role of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons in the current non-proliferation regime. The importance of NW and WMD-free zones as tools to strengthen regional security and stability is considered. Key contemporary challenges to the non-proliferation regime are noted. The author draws special attention to the fulfillment by the Russian side of its commitments under international agreements in the field of non-proliferation and disarmament.

Summer School 2010 Participants

  • BLASHCHANITSA Artem, Department of Modern History and International Relations, Tyumen State University,Tyumen, Russia

  • BOSIUK Oksana, Directorate of Arms Control and Military & Technical Cooperation, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, Kiev, Ukraine

  • VIKNYANSHCHUK Evgenia, School of International Relations, St Petersburg State University, St Petersburg, Russia;

  • GARIBIAN Simon, North-Caucasus Research Center of the High School of the South Federal University (Rostov-upon-Don), Georgia

  • DANKOV Artem, Department of Global Politics, Tomsk State University, Tomsk, Russia

  • ISHMUKHAMEDOV Azat, OSCE Academy in Bishkek, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan

  • KVITSINIA Julia, Law Department Officer, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Abkhazia, Sukhum, Abkhazia

  • KLUCHANSKAYA Svetlana, Department of Global Politics, Tomsk State University, Novosibirsk, Russia

  • KOLBIN Alexander, Faculty of History, Tomsk State University, Tomsk, Russia

  • MAMEDALIEV Murad, International Information Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Turkmenistan,Ashghabad, Turkmenistan;

  • MINENCO Natalia, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania, Bucharest, Romania;

  • MIRINOVA Irina, University of Groningen (the Netherlands) / Faculty of International Relations, Ural StateUniversity, Yekaterinburg, Russia

  • OBORSKYI Olexandr, Political Directorate-General, Ministry Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, Kiev, Ukraine

  • PISARSKI Zbigniew, Council of Europe, Warsaw, Poland

  • RUZIBAEV Sanjar, Faculty of International Relations, University of World Economy and Diplomacy of the MFA of the Republic of Uzbekistan, Tashkent, Uzbekistan

  • SAVA Andrei, Department of Consular Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration of the Republic of Moldova, Chisinau, Moldova

  • SAVUNOV Ivan, Chief Treaty and Law Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Belarus, Minsk, Belarus

  • SANAKOEV Alexey, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of South Ossetia, Tskhinval, South Ossetia

  • SELEZNEVA Anna, Department of work with compatriots abroad, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia, Moscow, Russia

  • SKOMOROKHA Tatiana, Institute for International Relations, National Research Nuclear University “MEPhI”,Moscow, Russia

  • HOVHANNISYAN Artak, International Economic Cooperation Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Armenia, Yerevan, Armenia

  • TCHIRKOVA Anna, Faculty of International Relations, Moscow State Institute of International Relations (University) of the MFA of Russia

  • WANG Chenxing, School of International Relations, St Petersburg State University, China

  • YAROSHENKO Lubov, Department of World Economy and International Affairs, State University – HigherSchool of Economics, Yaroslavl, Russia

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