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The Tokyo-Moscow-Astana Triangle: Strategic Partnership in Nuclear Energy is Inevitable

Taisuke Abiru

This is the considered judgment of the Japanese nuclear energy expert. In an era when the nuclear giants of various states are merging, combining the capabilities of JapanRussia, and Kazakhstan could result in a new international conglomerate able to compete at the global level.

The Tokyo-Moscow-Astana Triangle: Strategic Partnership in Nuclear Energy is Inevitable


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SECURITY INDEX №3 (85), 2008

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