The Russian Defense Ministry has maintained a rapid rate of nuclear warhead dismantlement, but economic, social, and technical problems are compromising safety. Major problems include security of shipments, disassembly of aging warheads, and storage and disposal of recovered materials by OLEG A. BUKHARIN LARGE-SCALE DISMANTLEMENT of obsolete nuclear warheads began in the Soviet Union in […]

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