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Boats 05-26-2021 03:45 PM

Nuclear Proliferation International History Project
 
Nuclear Proliferation - International History Project - Egypt and the Cuban Missile Crisis
By: Hassan Elbahtimy & James G. Hershberg - May 2021
Re: https://www.wilsoncenter.org/sites/d...ay_2021%29.pdf
Topic cover's 59 page - too much to load on this web site.
Go the link above to read and or print out the details of this arrangement.


Title: THE NUCLEAR PROLIFERATION INTERNATIONAL HISTORY PROJECT
WORKING PAPER SERIES
Christian F. Ostermann and Leopoldo Nuti, Series Editors

Issues addressed include:

The continued proliferation of nuclear weapons is one of the most pressing security issues of
our time, yet the empirically-based study of international nuclear history remains in its infancy.
NPIHP’s programs to address this central issue include:

* The annual Nuclear Boot Camp for M.A. and Ph.D. candidates to foster a new generation
of experts on the international history of nuclear weapons;

* The NPIHP Fellowship Program for advanced Ph.D. students and post-doctoral
researchers hosted by NPIHP partner institutions around the world;

* A coordinated, global research effort which combines archival mining and oral history
interviews conducted by NPIHP partners;

* A massive translation and digitization project aimed at making documentary evidence on
international nuclear history broadly accessible online;

* A series of conferences, workshops and seminars hosted by NPIHP partners around the
world.

The NPIHP Working Paper Series is designed to provide a speedy publications outlet for
historians associated with the project who have gained access to newly-available archives and sources and would like to share their results. As a non-partisan institute of scholarly study, the Woodrow Wilson Center takes no position on the historical interpretations and opinions offered by the authors.

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Personal note: Oh brother that's all we need! More nukes closer to the US and Cuba wow!
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Boats


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