More Nuclear Diner-ish links. We are doing a major overhaul of the site and hope to have the new version up by next week! The old version is still available, but clunky in spots.
This may be sorta good news. It's hard to tell about anything coming out of Putin's Russia. The interpretation outside of Wonderland is that Putin doesn't want to occupy the Donbass, he just wants influence in Kiev. As many other things have been doing, this could change at any time.
Also significant: NATO Commander Gen. Philip Breedlove says that stealth invasions into NATO partners will invoke NATO's mutual assistance Article 5. Some have been saying that Russia will respond to a firm stand. Looks like here it is. See also previous paragraph for potential Russian response.
Ukraine wants to buy nuclear fuel from the US, not Russia.
A remarkably prescient article about Ukraine and Russia from a year ago.
In July, I asked how Russia sees the world. Apparently that is how Sergey Karaganov, dean at the National Research University – Higher School of Economics in Moscow, sees it.
Can thinking about a nuclear waste repository help us to broaden our time horizons to think more realistically about global warming?
Karaganov's FT article is pretty much a summary of Kremlin and perhaps Russian attitude. The fact that he is wrong is irrelevant as it is the basis for all their foreign policy decisions. He may be right though about the Russian military, especially their ability and willingness to deliver nucs
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