Margarita Kalinina-Pohl Articles

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CNS Alumni on the COVID-19 Pandemic in Egypt and Mali

WEBINAR: Featuring former Visiting Fellows.

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Nuclear Uzbekistan: Risks and Opportunities

Margarita Kalinina-Pohl interview in Voices on Central Asia.

Young woman nuclear engineer operating nuclear machinery

Women in the Nuclear Field: Perspectives from Nigeria, Russia, Turkey, and Ukraine

WEBINAR: Female nuclear professionals tell their stories.

Outside view of the building, reactor 4, including the sarcophagus

34 Years after the Chernobyl Disaster

WEBINAR: Examining the challenges and prospects for the exclusion zone.

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Assessing Fire Damage in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone

Satellite imagery analysis and assessment of the intense blazes in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone.

ICONS 2020

ICONS 2020

A large and visible cohort of CNS experts and alumni demonstrate the efficacy of civil society in the nuclear security field.

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Empowering Women in Ukraine and Morocco

Increasing gender equity across the nuclear field.

Course participants visit the Parliament of Ghana

Inaugural Intensive Course on Nuclear Nonproliferation and Security for Women in STEM

More than 30 women with a wide variety of technical backgrounds, representing 16 African countries, actively engaged throughout the course.

Participant of the CNS side event (left to right): Nodar Nadirashviliv (ANRS, Georgia), Bill Potter, Laura Rockwood (VCDNP), Ionel Balan (NARNA, Moldova), Margarita Kalinina-Pohl

CNS and Partners Report at IAEA on Innovative Ways to Locate Orphan Radioactive Sources

New technologies can help locate and secure dangerous material.

CNS Spring 2018 Visiting Fellows (from left to right): Kunduz Estebes, Dia Kedze, Nadya Maslennikova, Zaur Akhrakhadze.

Four Visiting Fellows Complete Nonproliferation Training in Monterey

All fellows received certificates of completion and joined a growing worldwide cohort of experts trained by CNS.