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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.

“The blurred wording of the doctrine suggests that the United States is actively preparing for a new round of the arms race in outer space, which poses a serious threat to the security interests of Russia and China and pushes Moscow and Beijing to deepen cooperation on international security issues,” – PIR Center Intern Evgeny Kholodnov analyzes the US space doctrine.

Nuclear Nonproliferation & Russia Program Coordinator Sergey Semenov on the prospects for Russian-American cooperation at the upcoming NPT Review Conference: “The window of opportunities for the successful conclusion of the Review Conference is still open. Russia is ready to cooperate with both the United States and all other NPT member states. The Russian-American consultations on strategic stability that took place this summer give hope that Moscow and Washington, as the states that bear the greatest responsibility for maintaining the nuclear nonproliferation architecture, are able to hear each other without resorting to extreme measures."

“China's accession to the Arms Trade Treaty (ATT), which was announced on July 7, 2020, may affect the content and meaning of this document, which 107 states have signed. According to Beijing, China's entry into the ATT was "a landmark step in the context of strengthening China's role in international mechanisms for regulating the arms trade," –  Emerging Technologies and Global Security Program Director Vadim Kozyulin on the accession of the PRC to the ATT.

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