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17.09.2020

“Joe Biden has already begun forming a “shadow National Security Council”, which includes several dozen working groups. According to media reports, the leading roles in this structure are played by Biden's most trusted advisers: former Deputy Secretary of State Antony Blinken, who is tipped for the position of Secretary of State or National Security Advisor; Jake Sullivan, ex- Director of Policy Planning in the State Department; Avril Haynes, ex-Deputy Director of the CIA; Michele Flournoy, former Under Secretary of Defense for Policy. Staffing base of the "shadow NSС" is the analytical centers of the democratic administration, the most prominent among which are the Center for New American Security and the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement, founded by Biden himself" – this is the leitmotiv of the 525th issue of Yaderny Kontrol.

16.09.2020

“It is important that PIR Center, along with other socially significant public organizations, will be able to take advantage of the support measures provided by the state. The inclusion in the register indicates that the organization is among the active community of NGOs and has a good reputation, which was confirmed during the implementation of specific projects. I’m sure that during this difficult time, support measures from the state will allow the PIR Center to more easily overcome the consequences of the pandemic faced by the Russian “third sector”, – Dmitry Polikanov, Advisor to the Head of the All-Russia People's Front Executive Committee, PIR Center Executive Board member.

10.09.2020

“International security is a game where in the end everything depends on people,” – Dmitry Polikanov, Advisor to the Head of the Executive Committee of All-Russia People's Front, Member of the PIR Center Executive Board.

Vladimir Orlov publications archieve

2015

1. “There is Now a Risk That the Entire International Nuclear Nonproliferation Regime Will Erode”. Security Index. №1 (110), 2015. 

2. The Glass Menagerie of Non-Proliferation. Russia in Global Affairs, № 3, 2015 г.


2014

1. Sochi-2014: The G8 Should Set a New Benchmark for Global Partnership. Vladimir Orlov, Aleksandr Cheban. Security Index (International Edition), №1 (106), Winter 2014.

2. Roundtable "Russia and the United States in the Nonproliferation and Nuclear Security Maze" — Andrey Baklitskiy, Evgeny Buzhinsky, Alexander Chernyshev, Mikhail Lysenko, Evgeny Maslin, Vladimir Orlov, Nikolay Ponomarev-Stepnoi, Vladimir Rybachenkov, Boris Tulinov. Security Index (International Edition), №1 (106), Winter 2014.

3. The Crimean crisis and the issue of guarantees of security for the UkraineInternational affairs, №3, march 2014.

4. Global Trends, Today's Bizarre Geopolitics, and What it Means for Russia and the World Security Index. №2 (107), 2014. 

5. Security Assurances to Ukraine and the 1994 Budapest Memorandum: from the 1990s to the Crimea CrisisSecurity Index. №2 (107), 2014. 

6. Brave New PIR: Turning the 20-Year Journey into Generation 2.0Security Index. № 3-4 (108-109), 2014. 

7. What Future for the NPT? Security Index№ 3-4 (108-109), 2014.

2013

1. Combining the Incompatible. Security Index (International Edition) NO. 1 (102), 2013

2. Tales and Prophecies at a Boiling Cauldron. Security Index (International Edition) NO. 1 (102), 2013,

3. Tackling the challenges of ICT and the Internet. Oleg Demidov, Vladimir Orlov, Invest in South Africa 2013. An Official Publication of the South African Government

4. Life after Nunn-Lugar. Security Index (International Edition) NO. 2 (103), 2013,

5. The Future of Non-Strategic Nuclear Weapons in Europe: Options Available. Round table, Security Index (International Edition) NO. 2 (103), 2013

6. Life After Death, V. Orlov, A. Cheban. Russia in Global Affairs, pp.158-166, June, 2013.

7. Preventing the Utter Chaos: The Russian Way. Security Index (International Edition),NO. 4 (105), Fall 2013 

2012

1. A Labyrinth with No Walls. Russia in Global Affairs. March 25, 2012.

2. Cyber Crime: A Threat to Information Security. Security Index (International Edition) NO. 1 (98), 2012.

3. Don't Miss a Tiger Waking up. Security Index (International Edition) NO. 2 (99), 2012.

4. A Changing Myanmar: What It Means for the Region, for China, and for Russia. Security Index (International Edition) NO. 2 (99), 2012.

5. Echoes of Bushehr. Security Index (International Edition) NO. 2 (99), 2012.

6. Reaching One Hundred. Security Index (International Edition) NO. 3 (100), 2012.

7. Russia's Nuclear Nonproliferation Policy from 1991 to 2011: Twenty Years since the Soviet Union's Collapse, still Soviet. Security Index (International Edition) NO. 3 (100), 2012.

8. U.S.-Russian Security Dialogue in 2012: Steps to Be Taken, Steps to Be Expected, and Steps that Will not Be Taken. Security Index (International Edition) NO. 3 (100), 2012.


2011

1.  Russia's Nuclear Quest Comes Full Circle. Russia in Global Affairs, Number 4, 2011

2. Cementing Success. Security Index journal, No. 1 (94), Winter 2011

3. Roundtable "Nuclear Security: New Challenges, New Answers". Security Index journal, No. 1 (94), Winter 2011

4. Roundtable "The Iranian Nuclear Program: Dilemmas Facing Russia". Security Index journal, No. 2 (95), Spring 2011

5. Nuclear Disarmament: Next Steps for Russia and the United States. Security Index journal, No. 2 (95), Spring 2011

6. Roundtable "Russia's Foreign Policy in the Pacific Region". Security Index journal, No. 2 (95), Spring 2011

7.  Nuclear-Weapon-Free Middle East: Looking for Solutions. International Affairs, Number 4, 2011

8. The Dawn of New Battles. Security Index, No. 3 (96), Summer 2011

9. The Middle East WMD-Free Zone: Searching for SolutionsSecurity Index, No. 4 (97), Fall 2011

10. After the ResetSecurity IndexNo. 4 (97), Fall 2011

 


2010

1. EE UU y Rusia: avances hacia el desarme nuclear. Politica Exterior (in Spanish), Mayo/Junio 2010

2. Russia US: limited liability partnershipSecurity Index journal, Volume 16, Issue 3 (92), Summer, 2010

3. Book review "Stealing Beard". Security Index journal, Volume 16, Issue 3 (92), Summer, 2010


2009

1. Russia-USA: next round for nuke debates. Russia Beyond the Headlines, 23 February, 2009

2. Fear Hath a Hundred Eyes, Security Index, Volume 15, Issue 3-4 (88-89), 2009


2008

1. Illusions No More: Russia-U.S. Strategic Relations After the Georgian Crisis. Security Index, No. 1 (86), 2008

2. Mapping a Route. PIRogue, 2008

3. Warm-Up in Geneva. Security Index, No3 (85), 2008

4. Khan Networks: Eyes Wide Shut. Security Index, No 3 (85), 2008

5. Nuclear Energy: A-Z. Security Index, No.3 (85), 2008

5. Mapping a Route. Security Index No. 2 (84), 2008

6. Wanted: An Architect. Security Index No. 1 (83), 2008

7. Daniel Zappelli: "I'm against imperialism of democracy". Nasha Gazeta. January 10, 2008.


2007

1. PIR Center Publishes a Russian Journal on International Security. PIRogue, 2007

2. In Anticipation Of New Approaches. Security Index No2 (82), 2007

3. Three Cross-cutting Issues: Disarmament, Nuclear Energy, and China. Security Index No 2 (82), 2007

4. The PIR Center Publishes a Russian Journal on International Security. Security Index No. 1(81), 2007


2006

1. "United Russia Backs More Nuclear Power". The Moscow Times, January 18, 2006

2. "Iran: Analyst Says Russia Becoming More Critical Of Tehran". Radio Free Europe, January 12, 2006

3. "The G-8 Strelna Summit and Russia's National Power". (co-authored with Miriam Fugfugosh)
The Washington Quarterly, Spring 2006

4. "Kiriyenko Installs New Chief at Nuclear Power Consortium". The Moscow Times, March 17, 2006

5. "Nuclear Is Back in Fashion". Russia Profile, March 6, 2006


2005

1. "The St. Petersburg G8 Summit and Russian Interests". Arms Control and Security Letters № 7 (163), December 2005.

2. "The G8 Global Partnership on weapons of mass destruction: what next?" (co-authored with Daniil Kobyakov)
GCSP Occasional Paper Series, No 47, June 2005.

3. "The Great Guessing Game: Russia and the Iranian Nuclear Issue". (co-authored with Alexander Vinnikov).
The Washington Quarterly, Spring 2005.

4. "Switzerland to Extradite Former Moscow Official to Russia". Court overturns a ruling to send Adamov, who is charged with graft, to the United States. The Los Angeles Times, December 30, 2005

5. "NATO: Russia resisting efforts to secure WMD". The Chicago Tribune, December 22, 2005.

6. "Russian plan may boost talks on Iran's nuclear program - viewpoint". RIA Novosti, December 21, 2005.

7. "Kiriyenko Tapped to Run RosAtom". The Moscow Times, November 16, 2005.


2004

1. Illicit Nuclear Trafficking & the New Agenda. Bulletin of IAEA. #46/1. Summer 2004.


2003

1. Patient in Coma? Prospects of non-proliferation following the Iraqi war. Russia in Global Affairs # 3, July-September 2003.

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