Military Chemical Security in Russia's National Security System

Author: V.B. ANTIPOV, S.V. NOVICHKOV

Col. V.B. ANTIPOV (Res.), Doctor of Technical Sciences

Col. S.V. NOVICHKOV (Res.), Candidate of Technical Sciences

Vladimir B. ANTIPOV was born in Saratov in 1958. He graduated from the Higher Military Engineering School of Chemical Defense in his hometown (1981) and the Marshal S.K Timoshenko Military Academy of Chemical Defense in Moscow (1989).

He served with testing and scientific research institutions of the Russian Armed Forces' radiation, chemical, and biological defense troops, starting out as testing engineer and advancing to deputy chief of a research center.

Today, he is chief research associate at the research center of the Defense Ministry's 33rd Central Scientific Research Testing Institute (Federal State Budgetary Institution).

Sergei V NOVICHKOV was born in Saratov in 1959. He graduated from the Higher Military Engineering School of Chemical Defense at his birthplace (1982) and the Marshal S.K. Timoshenko Military Academy of Chemical Defense (1992).

He served with testing and scientific research institutions of the Russian Armed Forces' radiation, chemical, and biological defense troops, advancing from testing engineer to department chief of a research center.

Today, he is leading research associate at the research center of the Defense Ministry's 33rd Central Scientific Research Testing Institute (Federal State Budgetary Institution).

Abstract. The authors examine the significance of military chemical security in the country's overall national security and priority measures to maintain it in the current situation.

Keywords: national security, military chemical security, military chemical potential, threats to security, security maintenance measures, Chemical Weapons Convention.

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As an independent many-sided issue, Russia's national security was first given priority attention in the late 1990s at the turn of an era in the country's historical evolution marked by the breakdown of old stereotypes, depreciation of values, and choice of a new development course. These changes regardless, official documents, academic publications, and the media use different terms indiscriminately - security, state security, national security, ...

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