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The Dynamics of Nuclear Power Diplomacy: Russia and China vs the Neo-Malthusians
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The Dynamics of Nuclear Power Diplomacy: Russia and China vs the Neo-Malthusians
June 7, 2021

Today’s Green New Deal and G7 Green anti-BRI vision have at their heart this profound misanthropic view of humanity weaved into their programming, Matt Ehret writes.

Nuclear Energy in the World 10 Years After Fukushima
March 22, 2021

The March 2011 Fukushima disaster was the most severe nuclear accident since Chernobyl. Its terrifying consequences led some countries to reconsider their attitude to nuclear energy with states like Germany deciding to phase out the technology. However, elsewhere, nuclear power continues to be a major source of electricity supply.

Nuclear Energy in the World 10 Years After Fukushima
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Russia Has Greta Thunberg’s Solution
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Russia Has Greta Thunberg’s Solution
September 26, 2019

Nuclear power’s Energy Return on Energy Invested ratio is by far the best of anything we have on offer today. Not only does it produce a massive amount of electricity from fuel materials but it does so cleanly.

Russia and Egypt: An Energy Partnership Breakthrough
August 14, 2016

The media circulated reports in early August that Moscow and Cairo had agreed on a contract to build Egypt’s first nuclear power plant. The Egyptian president’s official spokesman released a statement that «the Egyptian minister of electricity has presented the president with the final version of the contract to build the Dabaa nuclear plant [the site is not far from Alexandria – A. K.] and informed him that all the previously unresolved issues with the Russians have now been settled»…

Russia and Egypt: An Energy Partnership Breakthrough
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EU Chasing Anti-Russian Ghosts (I)
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EU Chasing Anti-Russian Ghosts (I)
December 4, 2015

The last few days have been marked by an unprecedented wave of demonstrations that have swept through Europe’s capitals in support of Russia and its actions in Syria. Protests against the regime of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and the anti-Russian stance of EU leaders took place in Bulgaria, Spain, Italy, Montenegro and a number of other countries…

Russia’s Nuclear Diplomacy Meets Interests of Central and East Europe
October 27, 2015

In December 2014 the Hungarian company MVM Paks II Nuclear Power Plant Development Ltd. and the Russian enterprise Rusatom Service, a subsidiary of the State Corporation Rosatom, signed implementation agreements related to construction of nuclear power plants. This event is a real milestone. It has great importance for Serbia as well as other states of Central and Eastern Europe. The power units will remain the property of Hungary…

Russia’s Nuclear Diplomacy Meets Interests of Central and East Europe
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Russia – Iran: Western Sanctions as a Stimulus for Development of Relations
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Russia – Iran: Western Sanctions as a Stimulus for Development of Relations
May 14, 2014

Relations between Russia and Iran are experiencing a stage of dynamic development. Both parties are making significant efforts to reach a qualitatively new level of cooperation in all areas of interstate relations. Great expectations are attached to the upcoming visit of Russia's president to Iran. This could very well take place in the first half of this year. The schedule for Iranian president Hasan Rouhani's participation in the Caspian summit in Astrakhan in September 2014 has also been fully coordinated… 

Viktor Orban in Moscow
January 17, 2014

…The European Union is not a monolith. A number of its member countries have already made it clear that they do not plan to uncomplainingly follow the directives of Brussels in the energy field, although they do not call their EU membership into question (at least, not yet). At the very moment when the European Parliament members in Strasbourg were starting their discussions at their winter session, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban arrived in Moscow for a working vis-it…

Viktor Orban in Moscow
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