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9 june 2015
Moscow, Russia - The Center for Energy and Security Studies (CENESS) held the workshop on 'The DPRK Nuclear Policy: A View from Pyongyang' in a form of the briefing on results of fourth series of meetings in Pyongyang with representatives of the North Korean Foreign Ministry and research organizations, which took place on May 19-22, 2015.
22 may 2015
Beirut, Lebanon - CENESS Research Associate Dmitry Konukhov made a presentation on 'Prospects for Nuclear Power in the Middle East after Fukushima and the Arab Spring. Challenges and Opportunities for Russia' during the international workshop 'Emerging Energy Scenarios in the Middle East: Challenges and Implications' organised by Masri Institute of Energy and Natural Resources at the American University of Beirut (AUB). Interim results of a study of a same name, which was conducted by CENESS with the support of the Foundation for Development and Support of the Valdai Discussion Club, were unveiled for a broad discussion during the presentation. More info
22 may 2015
Pyongyang, DPRK - On May 19-22, 2015, the Center for Energy and Security Studies (CENESS) held fourth series of meetings on pressing nuclear issues with representatives of the North Korean research organizations and the DPRK Foreign Ministry. Discussions centered on possible measures to prevent further escalation of tensions in the Korean Peninsula, North Korea's nuclear policy and electricity development plan. CENESS experts also visited Kaesong Joint Industrial Complex and Port of Nampo during their travel to DPRK.
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14 february 2015
Moscow, Russia - Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed Decree No 72 On the Composition of the Advisory Board under the Security Council of the Russian Federation. The decree reappoints Anton Khlopkov, Director of the Center for Energy and Security Studies (CENESS), as member of the Board.
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20 january 2015
Moscow, Russia - Center for Energy and Security Studies (CENESS) held workshop on P5+1 Nuclear Talks with Iran: Bottlenecks and Prospects'. The keynote presentation was made by Amb. Sergey Batsanov, Director of the Geneva Office of Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs, participant of the 2014 Moscow Nonproliferation Conference, who was leading the Soviet, then Russian delegations to the Conference on Disarmament in 1989-1993.
24 november 2014
Moscow, Russia - The conference on 'Development of Strategic Partnership between Russia and Iran' was held in the Russian capital. The meeting was organized jointly by Center for Energy and Security Studies (CENESS), Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC), Iranian Embassy in Moscow and Institute of Iran Eurasian Studies (IRAS). More info
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CENESS in the News

17 june 2015
'The Stakes to Reach a Deal on Iranian Nuclear Dossier Are High (in Russian)'
Kommersant.FM
17 june 2015
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17 june 2015
'Iranian Parliament Demanded the Lifting of Sanctions (in Russian)'
Kommersant
16 june 2015
'Rosatom Intends to Fight for Its Share of International Market (in Russian)'
Pravda.Ru
5 june 2015
'United States Try to Close the Deal with Iran at Any Cost (in Russian)'
Nezavisimaya Gazeta
14 may 2015
'Ice Cold U.S., Russia Relations Put Strain On Nuclear Agreements'
National Public Radio
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THE 2014 MOSCOW NONPROLIFERATION CONFERENCE: NUCLEAR ENERGY, DISARMAMENT AND NONPROLIFERATION

November 20-22, 2014. Moscow, Russia. The Russian capital hosted the 2014Moscow Nonproliferation Conference:Nuclear Energy,Disarmament, andNonproliferation. The event was organized by the Center for Energy and Security Studies (CENESS).

One of the priorities of the Conference was to offer a platform for scholars and government experts representing a large number of countries and research institutions to present their positions. The Conference brought together 208 experts from 40 countries, including China, Brazil, the DPRK, Egypt, Germany, India, Iran, Israel, Pakistan, and the United States.

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News of the Nuclear Club Journal

The new issue of Nuclear Club journal 3-4, 2014 was published. The main topics are:
  • Jordan's Nuclear Energy Plans
  • Progress of the Barakah NPP Project in the UAE
  • Implementation of IAEA Safeguards in Russia.
  • DPRK and the Nuclear Nonproliferation Regime: Unanswered Challenges and Missed Opportunities
  • Ukraine: Revolution and Atom
  • Westinghouse and Ukraine's Nuclear Fuel Dilemma
  • Pakistani Nuclear Weapons: Problems for the International Community?
  • The Operation in Iraq: First Experience of Russian-US Cooperation in HEU Minimization

The summary in English is available via link below.
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'President Yeltsin Stopped Me From Finishing the Cuban Nuclear Power Plant'

Viktor Mikhailov
Russia's first nuclear energy minister, Viktor Mikhailov, recalls in an interview Moscow's attempts to conquer new nuclear markets in the early 1990s. He also sheds some light on the decision to sell Russian centrifuge enrichment equipment to China.

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Stuxnet: New Form of Cyber Warfare was Tested on Iranian Nuclear Infrastructure? (In Russian)

Dmitry Konukhov

In June 2010 thousands of computers in India, Indonesia, Iran, China, Pakistan, USA, Taiwan and Ecuador were attacked by worm Stuxnet', a new form of cyber malware that can damage real objects. The worldwide attention was riveted to this virus after it struck the Iranian nuclear facilities: Bushehr NPP and enrichment plant in Natanz.

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Russia, Australia and New Horizons of Nuclear Cooperation
(In Russian)

John Carlson

On November 11, 2010 Russia's peaceful nuclear energy cooperation agreement with Australia, which holds about a quarter of the world's known uranium reserves, entered into force. One of the key authors of the agreement looks back at the history of the agreement, details the requirements of Australian law to such international agreements, and highlights the prospects for bilateral nuclear cooperation.

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