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The Role of the Nuclear Factor in the Modern World

Roland Timerbaev

A participant in numerous negotiations in the area of the non-proliferation of nuclear weapons, Ambassador (ret.) and chairman of the PIR Center Executive Board Roland Timerbaev analyzes the significance of the nuclear revolution in the 20th century, which influenced both the military and the economy of the modern world. In his opinion, the nuclear renaissance will highlight the linkages between the military and peaceful atom still further, leading the non-proliferation regime to face new challenges – challenges to which the answers have yet to be discovered.

The Role of the Nuclear Factor in the Modern World


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SECURITY INDEX №3 (85), 2008

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