1. Contributors
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  1. Editor's Note
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  1. Introduction
  2. Alison Kraft, Holger Nehring, Carola Sachse
  3. pp. 4-30
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  1. An Attitude of Caution: The IAEA, the UN, and the 1958 Pugwash Conference in Austria
  2. Elisabeth Röhrlich
  3. pp. 31-57
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  1. Dissenting Scientists in Early Cold War Britain: The "Fallout" Controversy and the Origins of Pugwash, 1954–1957
  2. Alison Kraft
  3. pp. 58-100
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  1. Japanese Scientists' Critique of Nuclear Deterrence Theory and Its Influence on Pugwash, 1954–1964
  2. Akira Kurosaki
  3. pp. 101-139
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  1. China's "People's Diplomacy" and the Pugwash Conferences, 1957–1964
  2. Gordon Barrett
  3. pp. 140-169
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  1. The Max Planck Society and Pugwash during the Cold War: An Uneasy Relationship
  2. Carola Sachse
  3. pp. 170-209
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  1. Pugwash in Eastern Europe: The Limits of International Cooperation Under Soviet Control in the 1950s and 1960s
  2. Doubravka Olšáková
  3. pp. 210-240
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