Russia — India: a New “Atomic / Nuclear Alliance” in the Global World
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Russia — India: a New “Atomic / Nuclear Alliance” in the Global World
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S207987840002457-1-1
DOI
10.18254/S0002457-1-1
Publication type
Article
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Published
Authors
Lyudmila Pechishcheva 
Affiliation: Russian State University for the Humanities
Address: Russian Federation, Moscow
Abstract
The article considers today’s Russian-Indian cooperation in power industry. Energy security has become one of the priority directions of the politics of the majority of countries, especially such states as India and China, facing energy resources problems. Russia and India have close relations in the implementation of “peaceful atom” projects. Such key Russian-Indian energy programs are referred to the construction of Indian atomic stations “Kundankulam” and “Ruppur” that contribute not only to the improvement of social and economic and environmental conditions as well as the development of science in the state, but also to the reinforcement of political and economic relations between Russia and India.
Keywords
Russia, India, power industry, atomic stations “Kundankulam”, “Ruppur”, South Asia, China, “New Silk Road”
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14.09.2018
Publication date
28.09.2018
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