Chronology

China and Russia issued a joint statement that the creation of a global missile defense system does not contribute to maintaining strategic balance and stability
23.05.2008
Tenex and the China Atomic Energy Corporation signed a contract for the construction of phase IV of the uranium enrichment in Hanzhong
23.05.2008
The Republic of Belarus, the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Russian Federation, Ukraine, and the USA sign a protocol to the treaty between the USA and the USSR on the Reduction and Limitation of Strategic Offensive Arms, also known as the Lisbon Protocol
23.05.1992
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21.05.2022

"The main thing, of course, is constant work, and in two directions. On the one hand, you need to constantly hone the skills that you have, especially in our specialty. You should never forget that if you know a language, it will always be at a high level. It needs to be constantly refreshed. This is on the one hand. On the other hand, you need to learn something new all the time. I'm used to the fact that you need to continuously immerse yourself in new things, new topics, new activities. This applies to both research and practical work. The Arab East and the Middle East provide a very wide field of action for self-realization, there is always an opportunity to learn something new, so human life is not enough for this. You need to leave a memory of yourself in the profession. Getting new knowledge, mastering something is very interesting and gives an incentive to life, without which it becomes boring," - Vitaliy Naumkin, director of the Institute of Oriental Studies at the Russian Academy of Sciences.

17.05.2022

While most of the countries remain concentrated on the Ukrainian crisis, there is a possibility of another crisis at the different edge of Eurasia. The potential troublemaker is the Democratic People's Republic of Korea and its nuclear missile program, which has somewhat revived in recent times.

13.05.2022

Negotiations to return to Iranian nuclear deal in recent weeks have noticeably stalled. The main reason for this is the discrepancy between the positions of Tehran and Washington on the status of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, which is extremely important for Iran both from a military and economic point of view. On this background, external players interested in the restoration of the deal became more active. First of all, this concerns the monarchies of the Persian Gulf.

11.05.2022

The military situation in Europe against the backdrop of the ongoing Russian special operation in Ukraine remains tense. On May 1, joint exercises Defender Europe and Swift Response began in Poland and eight other NATO countries. These exercises said to be last until May 26. Up to 18 thousand servicemen from the USA, Great Britain, France, Germany, Sweden and other countries will take part in them.

Instructors to Summer School - 2008

INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL ON GLOBAL SECURITY 2008

INSTRUCTORS

  • AKHTAMZYAN Ildar A., Associate Professor, Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO) of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia, PIR Center Advisory Board Member
  • BELYAEVA Marina P., Advisor, Rosatom State Corporation
  • EVSTAFIEV Gennady M., Lieutenant-general (ret), Senior Advisor,PIRCenter
  • GOLIKOV Aleksandr G., Expert, United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)
  • KHLOPKOV Anton V., Executive Director,PIRCenter
  • KLAPOVSKY Alexander A., Expert, Department for Security Affairs and Disarmament, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of theRussian Federation
  • KOLDOBSKY Aleksandr B., Deputy Director of the Institute of International Relations, Moscow Engineering Physics Institute (MEPhI)
  • KOSACHEV Konstantin I., Chairman of International Affairs Committee, State Duma, Federal Assembly of theRussian Federation
  • KOZYULIN Vadim B., Director of Special Projects,PIRCenter
  • MASLIN Evgeny P., PIR Center Executive Board Member, Security Index Editorial Board Member
  • MIRONOV Nikolay V., Associate Professor, Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO), Adviser, Department of Economic Cooperation, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation
  • ORLOV Vladimir A., President, PIR Center, Editor-in-Chief of the Security Index Journal, President of Centre Russe D'etudes Politiques (Geneve)
  • SATANOVSKY Evgeny Y., President, Institute for Middle East Studies,PIRCenter Advisory Board Member
  • SAVEL'YEV Alexander G., Head ofInternationalSecurityCenter,Institute ofWorld Economy and International Relations (IMEMO),PIRCenter Advisory Board Member
  • STEPANOVA Yekaterina A., Armed Conflicts and Conflict Management Project Leader, Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI),PIRCenter Advisory Board Member
  • TIMERBAEV Roland M., Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, Chairman of thePIRCenter Executive Board
  • TUZMUKHAMEDOV Bakhtiyar R., Dr., Counselor, International Law Department, Constitutional Court of RF, PIR Center Advisory Board Member
  • UBEEV Alexey V., Chief Deputy, Foreign Affairs Department, Rosatom State Corporation
  • VITKOVSKAYA Galina S., Senior Research Associate, Institute of National Economy Forecast RussianAcademy ofScience, Research Program Coordinator, International Organization for Migration (IOM)
  • VORONTSOV Alexandr V., Head of the Department of Korea andMongolia,Institute ofOriental Studies,RussianAcademy of Science
  • YAKUSHEV Mikhail V., Director of Legal and Corporate Affairs, Microsoft Russia/CIS, PIR Center Executive Board Member, Security Index Editorial Board Member
  • YUMINOVA Nadezhda V., Professor, Deputy Director on Science, Mechnikov Vaccine and Serum Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences
  • ZAGORSKY Andrey V., Professor, Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO), PIR Center Executive Board Member
  • ZAKHAROV Sergey V., Deputy Head ofInstitute ofDemography, State University - HigherSchool ofEconomics
  • ZHILTSOV Sergey S., Head,CISCenter, Diplomatic Academy Ministry of Foreign Affairs of theRussian Federation
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