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Sunday, 27th May 2007

Russian Nuclear-Powered Submarine Dismantlement and Related Activities: A Critique

Russian Nuclear-Powered Submarine Dismantlement and Related Activities: A Critique
Source: Center for Nonproliferation Studies

At the current time, Russian planning in the area of submarine dismantlement chiefly reflects the objectives and priorities of the Russian Federal Atomic Energy Agency (Rosatom), without sufficient concern for the aims and concerns of local inhabitants or Russia's foreign assistance partners. This is amplified by the fact that to date plan developers have not shared information beyond a small group of experts. Furthermore, key strategic questions remain unanswered and without a well-defined process for solving them at a later stage. The most important of these are related to the management of solid radioactive waste and spent nuclear fuel.


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