Russian Nuclear Power Plants Project

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Russians have always embraced the Arctic. Thriving communities dot the country’s 4,300-mi (7,000 km) northern border, and the port town of Murmansk, home to 300,000 people, is the largest city north of the Arctic circle. America’s closest competitor? Barrow, Alaska, which has some 4,000 souls…

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