Global Power Knowledge: Science and Technology in International Affairs

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University of Chicago Press, 2006 - History - 309 pages
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Osiris annualy examines a particular topic in the history of science, bringing together experts in the field to consider multiple aspects of the time period, episode, or theme. Volume 21, Historical Perspectives on Science, Technology, and International Affairs, explores the ways in which scientists and issues in science and technology have played significant roles in foreign policy and international relations, especially since the Second World War.

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Contents

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY IN INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
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Negotiating Global Nuclearities Apartheid
25
The Ambivalence of Nuclear Histories
49
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About the author (2006)

John Krige is the Kranzberg Professor in the School of History, Technology, and Society at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Kai-Henrik Barth is visiting assistant professor and member of the core faculty in the Security Studies Program at Georgetown University.