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Nuclear “Frost” in the Summer of 2022?

... hypothetical global climatic consequences of a full-fledged nuclear strike exchange. In today’s turbulent situation, it would be pertinent to remind people of the history of research into both global and regional environmental and climatic effects of using nuclear weapons. It is particularly relevant now—as the academician Aleksey Arbatov has aptly noted , “people have lost the fear of nuclear war.” Andrey Kortunov, RIAC Director General, has recently made quite a timely reminder , saying: “Over the last 30 years, the notion of the nuclear threat being real has been backgrounded in the public mind: it has been edged out by such ...


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