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.
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