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УБИРАЕМСЯ И ДВИГАЕМСЯ ДАЛЬШЕ: "ЯДЕРНЫЙ РЕНЕССАНС" КАЗАХСТАНА

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Как мы соотносим стойкое ядерное прошлое с тем, что кажется лучезарным атомным будущим? Казахстан освободился от наследия холодной войны - загрязненных земель и связанных с радиацией патологий, чтобы двигаться дальше. Очистка, в конце концов, может указывать как на устранение загрязнения, так и просто на обналичивание. Является ли реконфигурация отношений между городом и испытательным полигоном еще одним примером того, как постиндустриальный город Курчатов заново изобретает себя и ставит себя на карту - или есть что-то особенное или исключительное в ядерной работе, наследии, поселках и людях? В статье показано, что иногда возникает непреодолимая напряженность в действиях государства по обеспечению безопасности как конкретной версии ядерного прошлого на казахской земле, так и ядерного будущего как отчетливо казахстанского предприятия. Это, в свою очередь, влияет на способность города Курчатова перестраивать свои отношения с полигоном и двигаться вперед.

Об авторе

Кэтрин Александер
Даремский Университет
Великобритания

г. Дарем



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