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  • Affiliation : Deputy Director General, Rosatom State Corporation for Atomic Energy of the Russian Federation
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The Russian Age

Nikolay Spassky

If any one of Russians was asked a decade ago about how they see the world and Russia's place in it, the answer would have focused on the need for the country to overcome the abnormal and humiliating situation in which Russia found itself at the end of the 1990s. Now that the abnormalities of that decade have largely been corrected, what is Russian view of the world in the 21st century? What do the changes of the 21st century mean for Russia? The author –– Deputy Director General of the Rosatom State Nuclear Energy Corporation Nikolay Spassky – offers his point of view on Russia's place in the new world.

The Russian Age


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