START-2: Opinions (publications
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Testimony of U.S. Defense Minister William Perry on START-2 before the
Russian State Duma on October 17, 1996.
START-2 Ratification Can Not Be Avoided (by Yuri Grigoryev, NG-NVO,
July 25, 1996, p.4).
START-2: The Promised Is Waited for Three Years (by Mikhail Gerasev, Segodnya,
May 8, 1996).
START-2 - The Blow to Russia (Zavtra,
# 11-12, 1996)
Russia and the U.S. in a Nuclear Deadlock (by Irina Zhinkina, NG-NVO,
April 11, 1996, p. 4).
START-2 is Essential to Russia (by Dmitry Kharchenko, Krasnaya Zvezda,
April 9, 1996, p. 1).
Strategic Nuclear Forces after START-2 Implementation (by Boris Sibirskii,
NG-NVO, March 14, 1996,
START-2: The Guarantees Are Essential to Russia (by Gennadi Obolenskii,
Krasnaya Zvezda, March 5,1996, p. 3).
START-2 Must Be Ratified (by Victor Radezkii, NG-NVO,
February 24, 1996, p. 4).
Publications of 1993-1995 can be found in the Bibliography
of the paper Future of Russia's
Strategic Nuclear Forces: Discussions and Arguments (by Eugene Miasnikov,
Center for Arms Control, Energy and Environmental Studies at MIPT, Dolgoprudny,
Three Years of Expectation and Debates (by Yuri Lebedev and Alexei Podberyozkin,
NG-NVO, #3, February 10,
1996, p. 1).
© Center for Arms Control,
Energy and Environmental Studies at MIPT, 1997-98.