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4 Sep, 2022 06:38

Dukes of nukes? Dmitry Suslov, Deputy Director at the Center for Comprehensive European and Intl. Studies at HSE


For all the similarities between the current global upheaval and the previous world wars, one thing is absolutely unprecedented. Never before has an operational nuclear power station been in the midst of an active war zone or changed hands as a result of it. Never before has a distinction between civil and military use of nuclear technology, between a functioning reactor and a ticking time bomb, been so blurred. When the spectre of a nuclear apocalypse is at its zenith, is it too late to discuss a contingency plan? To discuss this, Oksana is joined by Dmitry Suslov, Deputy Director at the Center for Comprehensive European and International Studies at the Higher School of Economics in Moscow.


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