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Published by University of Greenwich in London .
Written in English


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Course reader for School of Biological and Chemical Sciences.

ContributionsUniversity of Greenwich. School of Biological and Chemical Sciences.
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‘The museum sketches the history of the nuclear age, which started with the first atomic bomb test in the New Mexico desert in ’ ‘These three factors are the reasons behind the United States dropping the atomic bomb on Japan, as they unknowingly and unintentionally . The editors of Strategy in the Second Nuclear Age offer a collection of essays that challenge the reader to examine strategies and options in light of the breakout of new nuclear nation-states. Toshi Yoshihara and James Holmes precede and follow these pieces with a thought-provoking introduction and conclusion. The former takes issue with the limited scope of Carl von Clausewitz’s On War by.

In short, we have entered the second nuclear age. In this provocative and agenda-setting book, Paul Bracken of Yale University argues that we need to pay renewed attention to nuclear weapons and how their presence will transform the way crises develop and escalate. BOOK REVIEW John Mulvihill The Nuclear Age by Tim O’Brien. New York: Knopf, pp. THE WORK Of Tim O’Brien shows a Romantic obsession with the power of the imagination. In his Vietnam War novel, Going After Cacciato, in which a young American soldier imagines an epic journey that takes his squad from Vietnam to Paris, the key phrase is “ImagineAuthor: John Mulvihill.

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Makers of Modern Strategy from Machiavelli to the Nuclear Age takes the first part of its title from an earlier collection of essays, published by Princeton University Press inwhich became a classic of historical scholarship.

Three essays are repinted from the earlier book; four others have been extensively revised/5(3). Going After Cacciato (winner of the National Book Award in ) was widely acclaimed as one of the most powerful and emotionally vivid novels aboutwriting with the same sharp, richly expressive language, the same edgy dark humor and complete honesty, and the same rawness of nerve and energy, Tim O’Brien gives us an equally powerful novel about growing up as a /5(3).

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The goal was to beat the Nazis in a race to create an atomic bomb.A new book by David N. Schwartz, The Last Man Who Knew Everything: The Life and Times of Enrico Fermi, Father of the Nuclear Age, examines the scientist whose breakthrough 75 years ago this month Author: Tacuma Roeback.