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Press and Reviews

(a note: One million workers  in the nuclear complex cited in some articles below refers to the number of workers employed in both the civil (energy)  and weapons sectors of the nuclear complex in the end of the Soviet Union).

Andy Weber and Christine Parthemor,  People preventing catastrophe, The Nonproliferation Review, 2016, Vol.23, N 5-6 (link to the issue; link to the review source page)

Amy Y.J. Lee, A story of the US-Russian scientific collaboration in the Post-Cold War Era, June 05, 2017

Jeffrey Lewis, Book reviewSurvival: Global Politics and Strategy, Volume 59, 2017 - Issue 1, pp. 162-163

Matthew Bunn, Review, Physics Today Volume 69, Issue 11, November 2016

Nickolas Roth, The Era of U.S.-Russian Nuclear Cooperation, Arms Contol Today, November 2016

Karim Kamel & Eugene Scherbakov, Machine-Gunning Mosquitoes: Adventures in Nonproliferation, Carnegie.org, September 7, 2016

Frank von Hippel, Strange bedfellows,  Science 23 Sep 2016: Vol. 353, Issue 6306, pp. 1372-1373.

Jeff Garberson, Reducing the Nuclear Danger: Book Recounts Collaboration Between US and Russian ScientistsThe Independent. July 21, 2016

Siegfried Hecker on how Russian and American physicists saved the world from a nuclear catastropheThe Rare Earth Magazine, July 15, 2016 (in Russian)

James Conca, Doomed To Cooperate -- Russia, The U.S. And Nuclear Weapons After The End Of The Soviet UnionForbes.com, July 12, 2016

Clifton B. Parker, Cooperation of U.S., Russian scientists helped avoid nuclear catastrophe at Cold War’s end, Stanford scholar says. Stanford News, June 28, 2016