This volume, based on papers presented at a conference on Environmental Security after Communism at Carleton University, explores the linkages between environmental quality and security in Eastern Europe and the Soviet successor states.
Table of Contents
0. Introduction Part One: The Environment as a Security Problem in the Post-Communist World 1. Environmental Security After Communism: The Debate 2. Military Activity and Environmental Security: The Case of Radioactivity in the Arctic 3. Environmental Degradation and Regional Instability in Central Europe Part Two: The Environment and the Energy Sector 4. The Post-Soviet Nuclear Power Program 5. Energy and the Environment in Eastern Europe Part Three: National and Regional Dimensions of Environmental Quality 6. Building Bureaucratic Capacity in Russia: Federal and Regional Responses to the Post-Soviet Environmental Challenge 7. Citizen Participation and the Environment in Russia 8. Central Asia: How to Pick up the Pieces? 9. The Environmental Impact of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania on the Baltic Sea Region