CNS researchers offer governments a roadmap to replace high-risk radioactive sources with non-isotopic alternatives
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Analysis and recommendations on how to place Beijing and Moscow on “the road to zero.”
Jonathan B. Tucker Raymond A. Zilinskas October 4, 2002 The Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS) of the Monterey Institute of International Studies today released the first authoritative English translation of an official Soviet report describing a previously unknown outbreak of smallpox in 1971 in the city of Aralsk, Kazakhstan, then located on the northern shore […]