First part HERE
Second part HERE
Open Forum in Minsk on April 2nd 2009 – about Socialism and Chernobyl and the “life after”. Citation from the Open Forum website:
“Joint project of the Center for Research on Contemporary History Potsdam, the Master’s Program Eastern European Studies of the Elite Network of Bavaria, the European Humanities University Vilnius/Minsk, and the Ukraine National University Kievo-Mohyla Academy. This project is part of the initiative of the Volkswagen Foundation “Unity in Diversity. Foundation and Prerequisites for an Expanded Europe.”
1 – Interweavement of civil societal initiatives in Germany and Belarus
2 – towards gender aspects of (female) citizenship in Belarus after Chernobyl
3 – Politics and memory of the Chernobyl disaster in Belarus
4 – Ukrainian ecological NGOs after Chernobyl
5 – politics and social transformations
6 – Perception and isotermentation of Chernobyl accident in writ
More here: After-Chernobyl
Collission between French and British atomic submarines: HERE
As always: No one hurt, nothing happed.
Until next time…
After leaving Areva, SIEMENS (web) cooperates with ROSATOM (web) – the russian concern, which started building the first Belarusian atomic reactor. Belarus is the most Chernobyl affected country in the world. Still more than 2 million people are living in contaminated areas there. Russia is also involved in the construction of Iranian atomic reactors. SIEMENS – what have you done? Source HERE – more about the Belarusian reactor HERE
ROSATOM declared the Miss Atom 2009 – HERE
Silly and absurd.
No longer run times for atomic reactors in Germany. Decided by the court HERE
Neither RWE nor Vattenfall (view their scandal history here) had a chance. No longer running time for their atomic reactors. Atomic reactor Biblis A will be offline in 2010, atomic reactor Brunsbüttel will be offline 2012.This is the contract of the German Government. Although operators try to alter it. Alone for Biblis B – the IPPNW (web) recorded 210 heavy safety flaws! – Source
Hasta Luego Atomic Power.