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Alexander Kolbin

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Non-resident expert of the Russian Center for Policy Studies (PIR Center). In 2012-2013, he was a coordinator of the Russia and Nuclear Non-proliferation Program at the PIR Center. Graduated from the Tomsk State University with major in "International Relations". Participant of international conferences on international security and nuclear nonproliferation. His research interests are focused on Russia's nuclear policy and the issues of nuclear disarmament in Eurasia, the issues of U.S. ABM system, strategic arms limitation talks and the issue of non-strategic nuclear weapons.

27.03.2014

Will the Ukrainian crisis undermine global nuclear security?

Will the Ukrainian crisis undermine global nuclear security?

In a worst-case scenario, the Ukrainian situation could fuel a new nuclear arms race involving Iran and North Korea and mark the crisis of the nuclear non-proliferation movement around the world

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24.06.2013

Obama dreams of a nuclear-free world

Obama dreams of a nuclear-free world

Russia seems to be standing in the way of Barack Obama achieving his (and Kennedy’s) dream of nuclear disarmament and nonproliferation.

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