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The Russia-US SOP Treaty comes into force.
01.06.2003
President G. Bush and Secretary General M. Gorbachev sign protocols to the treaty between the U.S. and the USSR on the Limitation of Underground Nuclear Weapon Tests and the treaty between the U.S. and USSR on Peaceful Underground Nuclear Explosions
01.06.1990
The Treaty Between the U.S. and the USSR on the Elimination of Intermediate-Range and Shorter-Range Missiles comes into force.
01.06.1988

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The Security Index Occasional Paper Series Publishes Policy Memo " If the New START Treaty Expires With No Extension:Scenarios For Russia" image
01.06.2020

The memo presents possible scenarios should the New START Treaty expire without extension. Special attention is being paid to confidence building measures to implement without a treaty-like legal basis. The memo also considers the build-up potential of strategic nuclear forces of Russia and the US.

 

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.

No. 15 (2000): U.S. National Missile Defense: Consequences for Strategic Stability and Arms Control (In Russian).

nz15.jpgThis publication prepared under the project Nuclear Arms Control is a collection of articles by Russian and foreign experts on major problems related to the U.S. plans on the national missile defense system. The issues raised include the impact of the U.S. National Missile Defense on strategic stability and the balance of power between Russia and the U.S.A., European allies’ attitude to the U.S. plans, consequences of the deployment of national missile defense for international relations, China’s approach to missile defense issues, and space militarization prospects.

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