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Article Maria Rentetzi (2021)
With strings attached: Gift-giving to the International Atomic Energy Agency and US foreign policy. Endeavour: Review of the Progress of Science (p. 100754). (/isis/citation/CBB321286517/) unapi

Article Fintan Hoey (2021)
The ‘conceit of controllability’: nuclear diplomacy, Japan’s plutonium reprocessing ambitions and US proliferation fears, 1974-1978. History and Technology (pp. 44-66). (/isis/citation/CBB905594274/) unapi

Article Gisela Mateos; Edna Suárez-Díaz (2021)
Atomic ambassadors: the IAEA’s first Preliminary Assistance Mission (1958). History and Technology (pp. 90-105). (/isis/citation/CBB489453603/) unapi

Article Kenji Ito; Maria Rentetzi (2021)
The co-production of nuclear science and diplomacy: towards a transnational understanding of nuclear things. History and Technology (pp. 4-20). (/isis/citation/CBB708080714/) unapi

Article Kenji Ito (2021)
Three tons of uranium from the International Atomic Energy Agency: diplomacy over nuclear fuel for the Japan Research Reactor-3 at the Board of Governors’ meetings, 1958–1959. History and Technology (pp. 67-89). (/isis/citation/CBB419739482/) unapi

Article Alexandros-Andreas Kyrtsis; Maria Rentetzi (2021)
From lobbyists to backstage diplomats: how insurers in the field of third party liability shaped nuclear diplomacy. History and Technology (pp. 25-43). (/isis/citation/CBB957001662/) unapi

Article Jacob Darwin Hamblin (2020)
Aligning missions: nuclear technical assistance, the IAEA, and national ambitions in Pakistan. History and Technology (pp. 437-451). (/isis/citation/CBB311889554/) unapi

Article Gisela Mateos; Edna Suárez-Díaz (2020)
Creating the need in Mexico: the IAEA’s technical assistance programs for less developed countries (1958-68). History and Technology (pp. 418-436). (/isis/citation/CBB486458390/) unapi

Article Maria Rentetzi (2017)
Determining Nuclear Fingerprints: Glove Boxes, Radiation Protection, and the International Atomic Energy Agency. Endeavour: Review of the Progress of Science (pp. 39-50). (/isis/citation/CBB970461078/) unapi

Article David Holloway (2016)
The Soviet Union and the Creation of the International Atomic Energy Agency. Cold War History (pp. 177-193). (/isis/citation/CBB113690975/) unapi

Article Elisabeth Roehrlich (2016)
The Cold War, the Developing World, and the Creation of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), 1953–1957. Cold War History (pp. 195-212). (/isis/citation/CBB387447389/) unapi

Article Stephen Twigge (2016)
The Atomic Marshall Plan: Atoms for Peace, British diplomacy and civil nuclear power. Cold War History (pp. 213-230). (/isis/citation/CBB127761735/) unapi

Article Jo-Ansie van Wyk (2015)
Atoms, apartheid, and the agency: South Africa's relations with the IAEA, 1957–1995. Cold War History (pp. 395-416). (/isis/citation/CBB882095213/) unapi

Article Hamblin, Jacob Darwin (2009)
Let There Be Light ... and Bread: The United Nations, the Developing World, and Atomic Energy's Green. History and Technology (p. 25). (/isis/citation/CBB000931981/) unapi

Thesis Mallard, Gregoire (2008)
The Atomic Confederacy: Europe's Quest for Nuclear Weapons and the Making of the New World Order. (/isis/citation/CBB001561194/) unapi

Article Bahgat, Gawdat (2006)
Nuclear Proliferation: The Islamic Republic of Iran. Iranian Studies (p. 307). (/isis/citation/CBB001031134/) unapi

Article Hamblin, Jacob Darwin (2006)
Exorcising Ghosts in the Age of Automation: United Nations Experts and Atoms for Peace. Technology and Culture (p. 734). (/isis/citation/CBB000830422/) unapi

Article Hecht, Gabrielle (2006)
Negotiating Global Nuclearities: Apartheid, Decolonization, and the Cold War in the Making of the IAEA. Osiris: A Research Journal Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (p. 25). (/isis/citation/CBB000670744/) unapi

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