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nuclear activity, IAEA, safeguard system, nuclear energy, atom for peace, nuclear security, nuclear weapon
Purpose of the study: The article provides key international and national treaties and laws in the sphere of nuclear activity and nuclear security of the Russian Federation. The authors give brief characteristics. The main aspects of cooperation between Russia and IAEA are appointed. Authors have found out trends in legal providing for the development of nuclear activity of Russia until 2020.
Methodology: The methodology of the article is based on the principles and categories of dialects: induction and deduction. The information about legal acts, international and national, accepted by Russia is fully provided. Great attention was given to the decree of the President of the Russian Federation № 585 «On validation of the Basic Principles of State Policy in the sphere of nuclear and radiological security of the Russian Federation for the period till 2025 and further perspective» dated by 13 October 2018.
Results: In the modern context, nuclear energetics is one of the most important economic sectors of Russia. Dynamic development of nuclear energetics is one of the key conditions for providing energy independence of the state and stable growth of the country’s economy. The well-developed legal and regulatory framework is compulsory for providing secure and effective nuclear activity in Russia.
Applications of this study: This research can be used for the universities, teachers, and students.
Novelty/Originality of this study: In this research, the model of the “International and intrastate regulation of the nuclear security of the Russian Federation” is presented in a comprehensive and complete manner.
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