Shortlist, The Semipalatinsk Polygon, the Nuclear Weapons Crime by Pierpaolo Mittica
"Many countries are in the process of developing nuclear weapons technology, but testing these weapons can have grave consequences. During the Cold War, 456 nuclear warheads were tested in the Polygon of Semipalatinsk in Kazakhstan, and the impact is still being felt. The nuclear fallout directly involved more than a million people. What happened here is a crime against humanity - the local population unwittingly became part of an experiment to understand the consequences of radiation on people. Today, life for the locals goes on, but the consequences of what happened here will remain for millennia."