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  • Affiliation : Visiting Instructor, Dual Degree Master Program on WMD NonProliferation Studies, Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO University) of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation
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Russia and CEE: The Nuclear Chance that Should not Be Missed

Alexey Ubeev

Being practically involved in development of economic ties of the Russian nuclear industry, the author speculates on the prospects for cooperation in the area of peaceful nuclear energy uses in CEE. The current relationship is contradictory, but opening of the CEE and Russian markets may give a new chance for joint mutually beneficial programs, e.g. in the are of decommissioning of nuclear power plants.

Russia and CEE: The Nuclear Chance that Should not Be Missed


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SECURITY INDEX №2 (84), 2008

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