By G. Hønneland
Geir Hønneland discusses a few of the large questions in social technological know-how: what's identification? what's the position of id and narrative within the research of diplomacy? the site is the Kola Peninsula, the main seriously militarized sector of the realm through the chilly conflict, now set to turn into Europe's subsequent tremendous oil playground.
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Perhaps I ought to start by filling in the background, how my parents got to Kola in the first place. I’ll start with my mother. You’ll see how her story coincides with my dad’s. My mother, she was born in Smolensk, in western Russia, in the country. There were twelve children altogether. Their father was killed by gypsies when my mother was just a year old. He’d been the foreman of a collective farm. My mother’s 15-year-older sister got tired of looking after all the kids. She left home and started living with a woman.
In 1950 or 51 they arrived in Kirovsk, or Twenty-Fifth Kilometre [a real place name: Dvadtsat’ Pyatyy Kilometr]. Moscow was out of bounds. Why they went to Twenty-Fifth Kilometre I don’t really know. After he was demobbed, my dad started looking for his own mother. He found her. He had taught himself Armenian and could talk to his step-father in his native language. Babushka started applying for permission to travel to Moscow again. Ded was rehabilitated in 1964, just before I was born. They went to Moscow, ded worked at the main statistics bureau.
The signing of the framework agreement on a Multilateral Nuclear Environmental Programme in the Russian Federation (MNEPR) in May 2003, covering inter alia The Kola Peninsula: Politics, Society, International Networks 41 taxation and liability issues, further enhanced international nuclear remedial cooperation in the region. Another major multilateral cooperation structure, initiated by Norway in 1996, is the Arctic Military Environmental Cooperation (AMEC) between Norway, Russia, the UK (since 2003) and the US.
Borderland Russians: Identity, Narrative and International Relations by G. Hønneland