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RESTRUCTURING THE RUSSIAN N U C L E A R INDUSTRY: THE IMPACT O N N U C L E A R SAFETY A N D SECURITY C U L T U R E by VTKTORIYA

@inproceedings{Topalo2009RESTRUCTURINGTR,
  title={RESTRUCTURING THE RUSSIAN N U C L E A R INDUSTRY: THE IMPACT O N N U C L E A R SAFETY A N D SECURITY C U L T U R E by VTKTORIYA},
  author={M Y K O L A Y V N A Topalo and Lisa Sundstrom and Viktoriya Mykolayivna Topalova},
  year={2009}
}
The thesis will challenge the assertion that the Ministry of the Russian Federation on Atomic Energy (Minatom) is the only reliable partner to deal with in the field of nuclear cooperation in Russia. The thesis argues that a post-Soviet period in the development of the nuclear industry of the Russian Federation saw the radical restructuring of the whole nuclear complex under the aegis of Minatom that changed fundamentally the basis upon which Russian nuclear industry rests. The thesis examines… 

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