Russia: of Truth and Testing

@article{Jasiski2002RussiaOT,
  title={Russia: of Truth and Testing},
  author={Michał Jasiński and Cristina Chuen and Charles D. Ferguson},
  journal={Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists},
  year={2002},
  volume={58},
  pages={60 - 65}
}
0 N MAY 12, 1HE NEW YORK Times reported that the Bush administration had been secretly briefing members of Congress, alleging that Russia was preparing to resume underground nuclear tests on the Arctic Circle island of Novaya Zemlya. Congressional reaction to this "disturbing intelligence" was described by Times reporter Thorn Shanker as ranging from alarm to skepticism. It was certainly not the first time that anonymous U.S. government officials were claiming that Russia was planning to resume… 
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