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Russiske  kernevåben:

Rusland er medlem af atomvåbenklubben. Atomvåbenuheld.
Militærforskning og -udvikling
/ Military Research and Development
/ Recherche et développement militaire
/ Investigación y Desarrollo Militar
/ Militärische Forschung und Entwicklung:
Rosatom.
CRS: Nuclear Weapons R&D Organizations in Nine Countries. / : Jonathan Medalia et al., 2013.
'United States, China, France, India, Israel, North Korea, Pakistan, Russia and United Kingdom.'
Atomvåbenuheld:
Kursk ulykken 2000.
Radioaktiv forurening: Karachay ; Mayak.
Haverkamp, Jan (ed.), Rosatom’s Mayak: more reprocessing, more contamination.
Vienna (2017) Greenpeace Central and Eastern Europe
September 29, 2017 is the 60th anniversary of the Mayak or Kyshtym explosion in Russia - the third largest nuclear accident in history. The consequences of this disaster are still present today, made worse by ongoing radioactive discharges. Mayak, located in the Southern Urals, is one of the largest nuclear complexes in the world. The Rosatom site operates a facility for reprocessing spent nuclear fuel and radioactive waste management. Rosatom is the Russian state nuclear energy corporation, comprising both its military and civil nuclear industry.
Se også: Aktuelle stater med atomvåben, kernevåben: Frankrig, Indien, Israel, Kina, Nordkorea, Pakistan, Storbritannien og USA.
See also: Current states with nuclear weapons: France, India, Israel, China, North Korea, Pakistan, Russia, UK and USA.
Se tillige: Sovjetunionens kernevåben.

Litteratur

NTI Releases Assessment of New Russian Nuclear Weapon Delivery Systems
Washington, DC Ė The first detailed, exclusively open-source assessment of the five new nuclear weapon systems announced by Russian President Vladimir Putin was released today by the Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI), alongside a new analysis underscoring the need to extend the New START Treaty based on the reportís findings.
Authored by Jill Hruby, NTIís inaugural Sam Nunn Distinguished Fellow and a former director of Sandia National Laboratories, the report, Russia's New Nuclear Weapon Delivery Systems : An Open-Source Technical Review, provides insight into the technical characteristics, deployment schedule, and military objectives for each of the five systems, plus one additional system that may be nuclear capable in the future
CRS: Nonstrategic Nuclear Weapons. / Amy F. Woolf, 2015.
Reducing Alert Rates of Nuclear Weapons. / : Hans M. Kristensen ; Matthew McKinzie. UNIDIR. United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research. Geneva, Switzerland, 2012.
- http://www.unidir.org/files/publications/pdfs/reducing-alert-rates-of-nuclear-weapons-400.pdf:
CRS: Russian Military Reform and Defense Policy. / : Jim Nichol, 2011.
Russian nuclear forces, 2012. / Hans M. Kristensen ; Robert S. Norris. I: Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, March/April 2012 68: 87-97.
Russian nuclear weapons: past, present, and future. / : Stephen J. Blank Editor. Strategic Studies Institute, 2011.
- http://www.strategicstudiesinstitute.army.mil/pdffiles/PUB1087.pdf
The Soviet Nuclear Weapon Legacy. / : Marco De Andreis ; Francesco Calogero. Oxford University Press,1995. : SIPRI Research Report No. 10)
- http://books.sipri.org/files/RR/SIPRIRR10.pdf

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