Project: Strategic Stability and Reducing the Risk of Nuclear Threat
- Leadership Groups Call on China, France, Russia, the United Kingdom and United States to Jointly Reaffirm: “A Nuclear War Cannot Be Won and Must Never be Fought”
- Richard Weitz: Even If New START Is Extended, Strategic Arms Control Will Die Unless China Is Involved in New Treaties
- Andrey Kortunov Makes a Speech at IFRI Seminar on the Future of Strategic Stability in the Context of Confrontation between Russia and the USA
Aims of the project — evaluation of risks associated with the nuclear threat and forecasting the changes in strategic stability; elaboration of recommendations for reducing nuclear threats by the international expert group.
- Working paper “Strategic stability and nuclear threat risks”
Part Two of the SNF Analysis: Air and Naval Components of the Nuclear Triad, and an Attempt to Look “Beyond the Horizon”Short
We will stay alive if we avoid nuclear war. Until now, this has been possible, first of all thanks to arms controlShort
A radical reduction in strategic weapons is already impossible without imposing any restrictions on ChinaShort
Interview with Director of the Center for Political-Military Analysis at Hudson InstituteShort
The New START Treaty is a crucial element of the broader U.S.-Russian agenda of security issues, which includes among others the ongoing development of a new generation of…Short
The possibility of countries like Russia and the United States negotiating a new arms control treaty will be nearly impossible considering the current geopolitical conditions…Short
Expert columns (2)
China’s military nuclear approach is more about catching up with the other nuclear powers, in contrast to the civilian nuclear sector where the country is more innovativeShort
The simulation has shown that a sudden first strike by the United States on Russia would take out up to 86 per cent of Russia’s SNFs in “delivery systems” and 87 per cent in…Short
Head of the Center for International Security of IMEMO, RAS Full Member, RIAC member
On August 31, 2022, Dostoevsky library hosted a RIAC Urban Breakfast on the topic: "Nuclear War — a Hypothetical Scenario or a Real Threat?"
On April 14, 2021, Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) held a public international expert discussion on the topic “Perspectives on the arms control agenda in 2021: Obstacles and opportunities”.
On April 18, 2019, at IFRI (Institut français des relations internationales), Paris, Andrey Kortunov, RIAC Director General, held a closed expert seminar session on the ”Future of Strategic Stability in the Context of Confrontation between Moscow and Washington”.
Tatiana Romanova, Maxine David
Aleksey Arbatov, Sergey Oznobishchev
Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Russian Federation (RF) to the United States of America, RIAC Member.
RIAC Vice-President, President of the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences
President of the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC), Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation (1998–2004)