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Dr. Arkady Brish: 'I Was Not Afraid to Create the First Atomic Bomb.'
RIA Novosti

Russia's Frenemies Still Confused by USSR's Atomic Bomb Creati...

MOSCOW, August 29 (RIA Novosti) - Some countries are still confused by the way the USSR managed to create the first atomic bomb in dire post-war conditions, according to Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin. Up until now our frenemies ... RIA Novosti, 5 hours ago

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Ukraine's Bid To Join NATO: Other Ex-USSR Nations Are Already In

Ukraine's Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk told the Ukrainian parliament Friday that his government is seeking to join NATO , more than two decades after the country became independent as the USSR dissolved. The move has already received strong ...
 International Business Times3 hours ago Will Ukraine Join NATO? What Needs To Happen For Ukraine To Join Military Alliance  International Business Times26 minutes ago Ukraine Will Seek NATO Membership, Says Prime Minister Yatsenyuk  International Business Times7 hours ago
RIA Novosti

R-7 Intercontinental Ballistic Missile

On August 21, 1957, the USSR successfully launched the R-7/SS-6 Sapwood intercontinental ballistic missile, which was developed by experts from Special Design Bureau (OKB) No. 1, under the supervision of Chief Designer Sergei Korolev. The ...
 Space Daily1 day ago How to Hide a Nuclear Missile  Gizmodo2 weeks ago Ballistic missile " Tochka-U " for the first time fell in Donetsk  RIN.ru4 days ago USA invites Russia to discuss elimination of ballistic missiles  Pravda1 week ago
RIA Novosti

USSR, US to Participate in Military Challenge

MOSCOW, August 21 (RIA Novosti) - The Zarya (Russian for dawn) military tactical challenge will be held near Moscow on August 23, with the participation of Soviet and US teams, one of the organizers of the contest told RIA Novosti. The ...
 RIA Novosti1 week ago Kiev Shows Aggressive Plans Instead of Peaceful Dialogue in Independence Parade - Lawmaker  RIA Novosti4 days ago

Mologa, Pripyat, Detroit and other ghost towns of the world

, a decision was made in the USSR to start construction of the Rybinsk Reservoir. During the construction, the town of Mologa was evacuated and engulfed by water. The evacuation started in 1937 and lasted for 4 years. In the 1930's there were ...
 Itar Tass2 weeks ago
New Indian Express

A Time for National Introspection

It was the USSR of those days — a disciplined communist society before Glasnost and the split of the Eastern bloc. Pravda, the national newspaper, carried a story about Russian citizens honesty. It was a familiar scene — the first week of the ...
 New Indian Express2 weeks ago
The Globalist

How vodka limits hastened the USSR's demise

THE, GLOBALIST Part two of a three-part Globalist series on vodka's impact on Russia. To help understand the inner dealings and direction of the Soviet Union, there were always two contending schools of thought. On the one hand were Western ...
 Japan Times2 weeks ago Vodka: Sobering Up the USSR  The Globalist3 weeks ago
ZDNet

Back in the USSR: Snowden leaves West behind, anonymous wifi makes Russians sing and shout [Government IT Week]

Today's a triple crown of Russian news. Snowden leaves the West behind for another three years, Russia bans anonymous wifi (and is bound to find a way to blame that on the NSA), and Java won't keep you warm in the great
 ZDNet2 weeks ago Back in the USSR Snowden leaves West behind anonymous wifi makes Russians sing and shout Government IT Week  Big News Network2 weeks ago
Business Insider

Here's How Navy F-4 Phantoms Intercepted Soviet Bombers Near US Aircraft Carriers

See Also F-4 Phantom jets were frequently launched by American flattops to intercept and shadow USSR strategic bombers that skirted aircraft carriers at low level to probe their reaction times. The F-4s involved in these kind of interceptions, had ...
 Business Insider2 weeks ago

EU signs pact with ex-USSR states, Russia warns of 'grave consequences'

Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova have signed partnership agreements with the European Union, in a move strongly opposed by Russia.The pact - which would bind the three countries more closely to the West both economically and politically - is at the heart of the crisis in Ukraine.Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said he saw the signing as the start of preparations for EU membership.A ceasefire with pro-Russian rebels in the east is due to end on Friday.Poroshenko hailed the signing as Ukraine's ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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