11 September 2000 The Russian submarine tragedy-the first such military accident to receive international publicity-demonstrated that the world is not ready to cope with such cases, either technically or mentally. Western media reports were overladen with gloating commentary on the inferiority of Russian technology and the KGB-style military secrecy. Those reactions seemed as if they […]

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