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Three Cross-Cutting Issues: Disarmament, Nuclear Energy, and China

Vladimir Orlov

“Although this issue intentionally presents a diverse group of articles in a multitude of styles, it nevertheless has three themes. First, the issue of disarmament and arms control. Second, the prospects for nuclear energy. And third, China's new strategic role and what it means for Russia.”

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SECURITY INDEX №2 (82), 2007