Chronology

The Convention on Nuclear Safety comes into force.
24.10.1996
The USSR conducts its last nuclear test at the Novaya Zemlya test range.
24.10.1990
The world largest missile catastrophe: an unauthorized start-up of the second stage engine of the R-16 missile on the launching pad of Baikonur killed, from 92 up to 150 people including SMF Commander-in-Chief Marshall of Artillery M.I. Nedelin
24.10.1960
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23.10.2020

The international relations system has been in the process of transformation since the early 1990-s. The unfulfilled unipolar project, which was being constructed by the USA, is transforming into a more just multipolar world order, which the future of world development belongs to. At the same time one can observe some countries pursue their foreign policies through strength, see the ideologization and militarization of international relations. The United States purposefully destroys the arms control system, develops the global missile defense system, withdrew from the INF Treaty, the Open Skies Treaty, does not agree to extent the New START.

22.10.2020

“The world is now in a state of transformation, and during this period of uncertainty and turbulence realistic analysis and foreign policy planning is more important than ever, especially for Russia”, ‒ Oleg Stepanov, Director of the Foreign Policy Planning Department of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. 

14.10.2020

“I offer my congratulations to the fifth cohort of students in the dual-degree program in nonproliferation studies for your admission. This program is important for anyone who cares about the future of US-Russian relations or the global nonproliferation regime. I advise you to use your time wisely, as two years will fly by before you know it. The opportunities provided by PIR Center, the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies, MGIMO and MIIS are all around you and at your disposal”, ‒ Noah Mayhew, Research Associate at Vienna Center for Disarmament and Non-Proliferation.

Publications archive of Evgeny Buzhinksiy

2020

The future of nuclear arms control and verification challenges Security Index No 4(9)
 
Can an arms control system rely only on national technical means of verification? Security Index No 4(9)
 
Prospects and significance of nuclear arms control Security Index No 3(8)


2014

In Search of Stability Under the Current State of Russia-U.S. Arms Control 
 
Arms Trade in the Age of Turbulence: The Crisis in Ukraine, Western Sanctions, and the Russian Defense Industry Security Index, Volume 20, Issue 3-4
 
Does The INF Treaty Have A Future? Security Index, Volume 20, Issue 2

Conventional Arms Control in Europe: A New Agenda – the Russian Approach. Stenogram of the Joint meeting of the Trialogue Club International and Centre russe d’etudes politiques


2013

The Outlook for UAV Research and Development Security Index, Volume 19, Issue 3
 
The Future of Non-Strategic Nuclear Weapons in Europe: Options Available Security Index, Volume 19, Issue 2

High Tech on BRICS Agenda: What Could Russia Propose? Security Index, Volume 19, Issue 2


2012

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

What Should be Changed in Bilateral Military-political Dialogue in 2012 to Achieve More Transparency Meeting of the SuPR (Sustainable Partnership with Russia) Group

Reduction of Tactical Nuclear Weapons and Non-Deployed Strategic Nuclear Weapons Meeting of the SuPR (Sustainable Partnership with Russia) Group

 

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