PIR-Center School 2022:
Eurasian Security Challenges

On June 18-26, PIR-Center hosts the XXI International School on Global Security for young professionals from Europe and the CIS. The key study of the School this year is "Challenges and Threats to Eurasian Security in the Current Geopolitical and Technological Conditions", the venue is Zvenigorod (the Moscow Region), the working language is Russian.

On June 20th, the School held panel discussion "The Empire – Russia: 300 years on. Where do we head and what we bring to the world?". The speakers are Vladimir Rudakov, Editor-in-Chief of the «Istorik» Journal, Natalia Burlinova, President of Creative Diplomacy, Anastasiya Ponamareva, Deputy Dean for Research at the School of World Politics of the Moscow State University.

Other panel discussions, lectures, sessions and case studies of the School examine the issues of cyber diplomacy, IT security, energy security, arms control, nuclear non-proliferation, hybrid war, and Russia-NATO relations.

The Academic Director of the ХХI School on Global Security is Vladimir Orlov, Founder and Director of PIR-Center, Professor of MGIMO University.

PIR-Center is the leading Russian NGO that specializes in the study of global security issues, nuclear non-proliferation, international information security, and global Internet governance.