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The USSR launches the Earth’s first artificial satellite (Sputnik).
04.10.1957
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04.10.2022

PIR Center continues a section "PIR Test". This project in the form of a game carries equally educational, research and analytical meaning. Users are given the opportunity to take the test - to answer one of the designated questions. Our today's PIR Test is about the Conference on the Establishment of a Middle East Zone Free of Nuclear Weapons and Other Weapons of Mass Destruction.

04.10.2022

65 years ago, on October 4, 1957, the first artificial satellite, Sputnik-1, was launched into Earth's orbit under the code name PS-1. This event has a great influence. The launch of the first satellite marked the beginning of space exploration.

04.10.2022

The authoritative publishing house Palgrave Macmillan (part of the Springer publishing group) releases the 2nd edition of the monograph Russian–American Nuclear Nonproliferation Dialogue: Lessons Learned and Road Ahead. The book was prepared by a team of 13 young and experienced researchers, edited by PIR Center Founder and Director Vladimir Orlov and PIR Center Research Fellow Sergey Semenov. It is also supplied with prefaces from William Potter, director of the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS), and Anatoly Torkunov, Rector of MGIMO of the Russian Foreign Ministry.

04.10.2022

PIR Center congratulates its director and founder Dr Vladimir A. Orlov on his birthday. Vladimir Orlov founded PIR Center in 1994, turning it over the years into a leading Russian and international independent research institute in the field of nuclear nonproliferation, disarmament and international security.

International Summer School on Global Security 2006

SS2006-FirstPage-1.jpgFrom July 9th to 15th  2006 PIR Center and the Center for Nonproliferation Studies at the Monterey Institute of International Studies conducted a Summer School on nonproliferation issues for experts from Russia and the CIS countries.

SS2006-FirstPage-2.jpgThe 2006 edition of Summer School it was attended by 25 young professionals representing nine CIS countries and 11 Russian cities as well as officials from the Russian Ministry of Defense, the Federal Service for Environmental, Technological and Nuclear Supervision, the Federal Agency for Atomic Energy and the Ministries of Foreign Affairs of Belarus and Kyrgyzstan.

SS2006-FirstPage-3.jpgThe issues studied at the Summer School included following topics: the history and reasons behind creation of the nuclear nonproliferation regime, the role of international organizations and multilateral agencies in strengthening of the nonproliferation regime, chemical and biological weapons nonproliferation regimes track record, nuclear arms control, the new tendencies in nuclear doctrines, contemporary issues in the international nonproliferation regime, multilateral approaches to the nuclear fuel cycle, regional aspects of nonproliferation regime, international system of the export control for nonproliferation, WMD counter-terrorism, Global Partnership against the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, etc.

For all questions concerning the International Summer School please contact PIR Center Education and Training Program Director Albert Zulkharneev by phone at +7 (495) 987 19 15 or e-mail [email protected]

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