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A new issue of the Security Index journal


MOSCOW, APRIL 29, 2015. PIR PRESS – A new issue of the Security Index journal No. 1 (112), Spring 2015 was published and is available in the electronic version.

The new issue of Security Index journal offers several predictions for the development of international security. First of all, during the round table "Russia, challenges to its security and answers: expectations for 2014 and reality–2015"  Dmitry Trenin, Dmitry Evstafiev, Armen Oganesyan, Vadim Kozyulin and Andrei Suzdaltsev, someone a year ago, someone a little more – have given us their predictions about what threats and challenges Russia will face and how she will react to them. And now in the spring of 2015, they don't just look at their own predictions of that absolutely unpredictable year, but also offer their views in 2015.  Another forecast – till 2030 – makes in his interview Andrey Grigoriev, the General Director of the Foundation for advanced studies, from which it becomes clearer what may become the Russian Armed forces in 15 years. The third prediction – about the future of the Runet – draws Alexandra Kulikova. Looking forward, she pushes off in her projections from sureprint Russian legislation in the Internet sphere, as well as from legislative initiatives that are under discussion now.

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