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France, Germany, and Nuclear Deterrence
France, Germany, and Nuclear Deterrence
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France, Germany, and Nuclear Deterrence

Quarrels and Convergences during the Cold War and Beyond
Nicolas Badalassi, Frédéric Gloriant
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France, Germany, and Nuclear Deterrence

Quarrels and Convergences during the Cold War and Beyond
Nicolas Badalassi, Frédéric Gloriant
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The legacy of World War II and the division of Eastern and Western Europe produced a radical asymmetry, and a variety of misgivings and misunderstandings, in French and German experiences of the nuclear age. At the same time, however, political actors in both nations continually labored to reconcile their differences and engage in productive strategic dialogue. Grounded in cutting-edge research and freshly discovered archival sources, France, Germany, and Nuclear Deterrence teases out the paradoxical nuclear interactions between France and Germany from 1954 to the present day.

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Publisher
Berghahn Books
Year
2022
ISBN
9781800733268
Topic
History
Subtopic
French History
Edition
1

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