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Pugwash related Projects (in alphabetical order)

Opens internal link in current windowAn Italian Pugwash history: Amaldi’s pacifist choice based on pragmatism and optimism (paper presented at the International Workshop “Writing Pugwash Histories”, Vienna, 10-12/05/2012) (Lodovica Clavarino)

Opens internal link in current windowContaining Science: Scientists and Nuclear Weapons during the Cold War (Paul Rubinson)

Erasmus Intensive Program "Atoms for Europe"  (Elisabeth Röhrlich)

Opens internal link in current windowForeign Policy and Scientific Exchange: Scientists in the People’s Republic of China’s Cold War Foreign Relations (Gordon Barrett)

Opens internal link in current windowHonest Brokers: The Pugwash Movement in Cold War Austria (Silke Fengler)

IAEA History Research Project (Elisabeth Röhrlich)

Intellectual history of the 'nuclear age', peace movements and the end of the Cold War in Europe (Holger Nehring)

Opens internal link in current windowNuclear Science, Sovereignty and Strategic Policy in India, 1947-2007 (Jayita Sarkar)

Pugwash and the communist peace movement in the 1950s with special reference to Soviet foreign policy (Geoffrey Roberts)

Opens internal link in current windowPugwash in Eastern Europe: The Limits of International Cooperation under Soviet Control (Olšáková Doubravka)

Opens internal link in current windowPugwash in Britain, Pugwash and the fallout issue (Alison Kraft)

Relations between Max Planck Society and Pugwash (Carola Sachse)

Opens internal link in current windowRocks and Reactors: The Origins of Radiation Exposure Disparity, 1941-1979 (Linda Marie Richards)

Opens internal link in current windowScience, Freedom, and the American Way (Audra Wolfe)

Opens internal link in current windowStudies of Science Before “Science Studies”: The Cold War and the Politics of Science in the U.S., U.K., and U.S.S.R., 1950s-1970s (Elena Aronova)

Opens internal link in current windowTransnational Professional Activism in the Cold War: Medical Protests against Nuclear Weapons in Britain, West Germany and the United States during the 1980s (Christoph Laucht)

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