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13.12.2021

On December 11, Fedor I. Ladygin, a member of PIR Center Advisory Board member, Colonel General (ret.), former Chief of the Main Intelligence Administration of the Russian Armed Forces General Staff (1992 – 1997) passed away. Fedor Ivanovich was 84 years old...

20.04.2020

April 19, 2020, was the 70th birthday of Evgeny P. Buzhinsky, a prominent person in the field of international security, one of the most experienced Russian military diplomats and experts. For more than 40 years, Gen. Buzhinsky’s career was associated with the service of the Armed Forces of our country. Currently, he is much in demand in the field of public diplomacy, analysis, and in training of a new generation of experts in the field of international relations.

25.02.2015

“Those who like it hot are unlikely to be disappointed by 2015. Different scenarios are still possible as far as the actual taste of it is concerned, but the aftertaste is not in any doubt. Hot and bitter contrasts sharply with icy-cold. What kind of heritage has the year 2014 left for us? Will it be chilly old peace, or a new Cold War?” – PIR Center Director Vladimir Orlov.

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Ladygin, Fedor I. (1937-2021) image
Name: Ladygin, Fedor I. (1937-2021)
City: Moscow, Russia
Affiliation: Colonel General, Deputy Chairman, Union of Military Intelligence Veterans
Biography :

Colonel-General (ret.), formerly he was an Adviser of the Global Consulting Group. For more than 40 years, worked in the Soviet/Russian Armed Forces' agencies. In 1992-1997, chief of the Main Intelligence Administration (GRU) of the RF Armed Forces General Staff. In 1990-1992, he participated, as the chief of the International Treaties Department of the Armed Forces General Staff, in the preparation of treaties and agreements in the area of arms control and disarmament, including: START-I; Conventional Armed Forces in Europe Treaty; Open Skies Treaty; Convention on the Prohibition of the Development, Production, Stockpiling and Use of Chemical Weapons and on Their Destruction. From 2002 until his death in 2021, Fedor Ladygin remained a PIR Center Advisory Board member.

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