Moscow DMZ: The Story of the International Effort to Convert Russian Weapons Science to Peaceful Purposes

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Index
Access to sensitive facilities, 28-29, 47, 90-92
AID, 182, 203-204
American-Israeli binational foundation, 189
Applied industrial research, 164-165
Armenia
interest in ISTC by, 77-80
Arzamas-16
access to, 90-91
Chetek activities at, 122-123
conversion interest of, 140
strikes threatened at, 226
support for ratification efforts by, 57-58
Baker, James, 19
Belarus
interest and membership in ISTC by, 77-80
Benevenides, Pablo, 20
Biological warfare
BIOPREPARAT, responsibility for, 69
Yeltsin's adviser on, 68
Boeing Company, 156, 186
Bosnia
relevance of ISTC model to, 207-210
Brain drain, 161-162, 168
Budgets for research
allocation by projects of, 164-165
decline of, 167-168
Canada
interest in ISTC by, 77-80
interest in Ukrainian science center by, 205
Central Aerohydrodynamics Institute, 156
CERN, 177
Chelyabinsk-70
access to, 90-91
conversion at Institute of Technical Physics in, 151-152
Chemical Physics Institute (Chernogolovka), 51
Pemical warfare
Yeltsin's adviser on, 68
Chernogolovka, 50-52
brain drain from, 51-52
Chemical Physics Institute in, 51
Landau Physics Institute in, 51
mascot of ISTC from, 52
research on rocket fuels at, 51
research on industrial explosions at, 51
Chernomyrdin, Viktor, 178
Chetek
nuclear explosion technology of, 122-123
China
relevance of ISTC model to, 211
Clinton, William, 74, 178
Commercialization of technology, 149
CONVERSBANK, 38
Conversion
concept of, 142-144
Russian industrial problems in, 139
Russian priorities in, 148
skepticism regarding, 141
U.S. experience in, 144-145
western partners for projects in, 147
Crime in Russia, 6
Croatia
relevance of ISTC model to, 207-210
Department of Commerce, 184, 187
Department of Energy, 179-181, 203

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