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International relations

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Article Anna Konieczna (2021)
Nuclear twins: French-South African strategic cooperation (1964–79). Cold War History (pp. 283-300). (/isis/citation/CBB844307486/) unapi

Article Jayita Sarkar (2021)
From the dependable to the demanding partner: the renegotiation of French nuclear cooperation with India, 1974–80. Cold War History (pp. 301-318). (/isis/citation/CBB605198180/) unapi

Article Matthew Adamson (2021)
Nuclear reach: uranium prospection and the global ambitions of the French nuclear programme, 1945–65. Cold War History (pp. 319-336). (/isis/citation/CBB103570113/) unapi

Article Leonardo Bandarra (2021)
From Bonn with love: West German interests in the 1975 nuclear agreement with Brazil. Cold War History (pp. 337-355). (/isis/citation/CBB361941751/) unapi

Book Jacob Darwin Hamblin (2021)
The Wretched Atom: America's Global Gamble with Peaceful Nuclear Technology. (/isis/citation/CBB105394498/) unapi

Book Waqar H. Zaidi (2021)
Technological Internationalism and World Order: Aviation, Atomic Energy, and the Search for International Peace, 1920–1950. (/isis/citation/CBB182174269/) unapi

Article Matteo Bortolini (2021)
The Grudging Modernizer: A Trip to the Middle East and Cold War Social Science. Minerva: A Review of Science, Learning and Policy (pp. 261-284). (/isis/citation/CBB738639273/) unapi

Book Raf De Bont (2021)
Nature's Diplomats: Science, Internationalism, and Preservation, 1920-1960. (/isis/citation/CBB462209355/) unapi

Article Carlo Edoardo Altamura (Summer 2021)
Global Banks and Latin American Dictators, 1974–1982. Business History Review (pp. 301-332). (/isis/citation/CBB731611622/) unapi

Article Brandon Webb (2021)
‘How to raise a curtain’: security, surveillance, and mobility in Canada’s Cold War-era exchanges, 1955–65. Cold War History (pp. 215-233). (/isis/citation/CBB510505541/) unapi

Article Melanie Brand (2021)
Intelligence, warning, and policy: the Johnson administration and the 1968 Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia. Cold War History (pp. 197-214). (/isis/citation/CBB778819202/) unapi

Article Nicholas Amthony Autiello (2021)
Taming the Wild Dragon: John F. Kennedy and the Republic of China, 1961–63. Cold War History (pp. 71-89). (/isis/citation/CBB626916216/) unapi

Article Pablo León-Aguinaga; Lorenzo Delgado Gómez-Escalonilla (2021)
The deployment of US military assistance to Spain in the 1950s: limited modernisation and strategic dependence. Cold War History (pp. 55-70). (/isis/citation/CBB252299706/) unapi

Thesis Kathryn Robison (2021)
Making the Case for Space: Employing Political Communication to Set Domestic and International Policy. (/isis/citation/CBB768621071/) unapi

Chapter Filippo Maria Paladini (2021)
Congressi degli scienziati, cioè di medici (Padova e Venezia, via Milano, 1842-47). (pp. 85-114). (/isis/citation/CBB865626934/) unapi

Chapter Fabio D'Angelo (2021)
Discutere di scienza sorseggiando un caffè. Il congresso di Padova nell’era del viaggio di diporto. (pp. 139-154). (/isis/citation/CBB225667577/) unapi

Article Pedro Seabra (2021)
‘Despite the special bonds that tie us’: Portugal, Brazil, and the South Atlantic in the late Cold War. Cold War History. (/isis/citation/CBB764134031/) unapi

Article Jessamyn R. Abel (January 2021)
Technologies of Cold War Diplomacy: Transforming Postwar Japan. Technology and Culture (pp. 128-155). (/isis/citation/CBB052338530/) unapi

Chapter Marco Meriggi (2021)
Scienziati a congresso nel Veneto asburgico (1842, 1847). Un bilancio. (pp. 7-20). (/isis/citation/CBB794170793/) unapi

Article Hugo Silveira Pereira (January 2021)
Railway Imperialism Revisited: The Failed Line from Macao to Guangzhou. Technology and Culture (pp. 82-104). (/isis/citation/CBB804415745/) unapi

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