By Siegfried S. Hecker
This two-volume set stocks the, as but, untold tale of lab-to-lab cooperation, and for the 1st time, many Russian nuclear scientists and leaders proportion their views in this slice of nuclear background. With over a hundred Russian and American individuals in papers, vignettes, and interviews, Doomed to Cooperate provides the demanding situations to cooperation, the belief and actual friendships inbuilt collaboration, and the successes of the masses of scientists, engineers, and political leaders who got here jointly to make the area a more secure place.
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