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Call for Application for XII OdCNP International Summer School “Responding to New Nuclear Realities: Concepts and Actions”

OdCNP, Odesa I.I. Mechnikov National University and Bodrum Institute (Turkey) with the support of the Swedish Radiation Safety Authority and the Lounsbery Foundation organize the XII OdCNP International Summer School “Responding to New Nuclear Realities: Concepts and Actions”, which is held in Bodrum on October 10-14, 2022. The main aim is to prepare the young generation of nonproliferation and arms control experts across Europe and the Black Sea Region for the current trends in the field of nuclear weapons policy, arms control; disarmament; and nonproliferation.

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OdCNP and University of Malta conducted Workshop “Russia’s War on Ukraine: the Implications for Arms Control and Nonproliferation”

On July 18-19, Odessa Center for Nonproliferation together with the Department of International Relations on the basis of the University of Malta held the Experts’ Workshop “Russia’s War on Ukraine: the Implications for Arms Control and Nonproliferation”. This event became achievable thanks to the support of Swedish Radiation Safety Authority (SSM) and the Ploughshares Fund.

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Presentation of the book "Ukraine’s Nuclear History. A Non-proliferation Perspective"

OdCNP is honored and pleased to present the book "Ukraine’s Nuclear History. A Non-proliferation Perspective", the most comprehensive research on Ukraine's contribution to the Soviet Atomic Project. It was written by a team of Ukrainian experts in one book: the role of Ukraine in the nuclear program of the USSR, missiles and dreams of nuclear deterrence vs. civil nuclear energy cooperation, published by Springer - German multinational publishing company of books, e-books and peer-reviewed journals in science. The event took place on May 18, 2022 with the support from Swedish Radiation Safety Authority and the Ukrainian Civil Society Hub, Brussels, Belgium.

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Online Briefing "Decoding the Budapest Memorandum: The 1994 Accord, Ukraine’s Non-Proliferation Path, and Current Tensions"

Atomic Reporters, together with the Odessa Center for Nonproliferation (OdCNP), and in cooperation with the Swedish Radiation Authority (SSM), conducted an online discussion – Decoding the Budapest Memorandum: The 1994 Accord, Ukraine’s Non-Proliferation Path, and Current Tensions on Thursday, 27 January 2022.

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