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Appendix B
Recent Russian and International Publications of Interest*

Dvorkin, V., ed. 2002. Terrorism in a Metropolis: Assessment of Risks and Defenses. National and Global Security Series. Moscow: PIR Center. Available online at www.pircenter.org/data/publications/nz21.pdf.


Frolov, K. V., et al. 1998. Functioning and Development of Complex Economic, Technological, Energy, Transport, Communications, and Public Utility Systems. From the Series Security of Russia: Legal, Socioeconomic, and Scientific-Technical Aspects. Moscow: Znanie.


Interaction among Administrative Agencies, Institutions, and Specialized Units in Eliminating the Consequences of Terrorist Acts Involving the Use of Pathogenic Biological Agents and Hazardous Chemical Substances: Methodological Recommendations MR 0100/3556-04-34. Official Publication: State Sanitary-Epidemiological Regulations of the Russian Federation. 2005. Moscow: Sanepidmedia (in Russian).


International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). 2004. Regulations for the Safe Transport of Radioactive Material, Safety Standards Series No. TS-R-1. Vienna: IAEA. Available online at hazmat.dot.gov/regs/intl/st1_rev.pdf. Accessed May 9, 2008 (in English).

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Copies of these publications are available for review at the National Academies, Office for Central Europe and Eurasia.



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Appendix B Recent Russian and International Publications of Interest* Dvorkin, V., ed. 2002. Terrorism in a Metropolis: Assessment of Risks and De- fenses. National and Global Security Series. Moscow: PIR Center. Available online at www.pircenter.org/data/publications/nz21.pdf. Frolov, K. V., et al. 1998. Functioning and Development of Complex Economic, Technological, Energy, Transport, Communications, and Public Utility Sys- tems. From the Series Security of Russia: Legal, Socioeconomic, and Scien- tific-Technical Aspects. Moscow: Znanie. Interaction among Administrative Agencies, Institutions, and Specialized Units in Eliminating the Consequences of Terrorist Acts Involving the Use of Pathogenic Biological Agents and Hazardous Chemical Substances: Meth- odological Recommendations MR 0100/3556-04-34. Official Publication: State Sanitary-Epidemiological Regulations of the Russian Federation. 2005. Moscow: Sanepidmedia (in Russian). International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). 2004. Regulations for the Safe Transport of Radioactive Material, Safety Standards Series No. TS-R-1. Vienna: IAEA. Available online at hazmat.dot.gov/regs/intl/st1_rev.pdf. Ac- cessed May 9, 2008 (in English). *Copies of these publications are available for review at the National Academies, Office for Central Europe and Eurasia. 22

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22 APPENDIX B International Terrorism in the Commonwealth of Independent States: Materials from a Roundtable (Moscow, November 2002). 2003. Moscow: Antiterror- ism Center of the Commonwealth of Independent States. Kiselev, O. I, and V. I. Pokrovsky, eds. 2006. The Russian Federation National Program for Influenza Pandemic Preparedness. Moscow and St. Petersburg: Ministry of Health and Social Development and Russian Academy of Medi- cal Sciences (in Russian and English). Lopatin, V. N., ed. 2006. Terrorism and Security on Transport. Proceedings of the Fifth International Scientific and Practical Conference, Moscow, February 8-9, 2006. Moscow: PROEKSPO (in Russian with introduction in English). Luzhkov, Yu. M., et al. 1998. The Security and Sustainable Development of Ma- jor Cities. From the Series Security of Russia: Legal, Socioeconomic, and Scientific-Technical Aspects. Moscow: Znanie (in Russian). Moscow City’s Emergency Prevention and Response System. 2003. Moscow: Main Administration of the Moscow City Department of Emergency Situa- tions (in English and Russian). On the Sanitary-Epidemiological Welfare of the Population of Moscow in 2002. 2003. Moscow: Center for Sanitary-Epidemiological Protection in Moscow, Ministry of Health (in Russian). Russian Academy of Sciences Nuclear Safety Institute. 2005. Opportunities for U.S.-Russian Cooperation in Combating Radiological Terrorism. Unpub- lished report prepared under contract between the institute and the National Academies (in English). Russian Academy of Sciences Scientific Research Center for Ecological Safety (SRCES). 2006. Trouble Shooting of Underground Pipelines of House Heat- ing Systems by Satellite and Airborne Infrared Thermal Survey. St. Peters- burg: SRCES (in English). Shoigu, S. K., ed. 2005. Emergency Services of Russia, 1990-2005. Moscow: Ministry for Civil Defense, Emergency Situations, and Liquidation of Con- sequences of Natural Disasters (in Russian). Technological Terrorism: Materials from the Scientific-Practical Conference Problems of Technological Terrorism and Methods of Preventing Terrorist Threats, November 27-28, 2003. 2004. Moscow: Russian Academy of Sci- ences and the Ministry of Extreme Situations (in Russian).

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22 COUNTERING TERRORISM Vishnevsky, Yu. G., et al. 2003. Regulation of Nuclear and Radiation Safety. From the Series Security of Russia: Legal, Socioeconomic, and Scientific-Techni- cal Aspects. Moscow: Znanie, Scientific-Technical Center for Nuclear and Radiation Safety, and Gosatomnadzor (in Russian). Vorobyov, Yu. L., et al. 2006. Risk Analysis and Security Problems. Part One: Fundamentals of Security Analysis and Regulation. From the Series Security of Russia: Legal, Socioeconomic, and Scientific-Technical Aspects. Moscow: Znanie.