Cold War

Editorial

The Making of a Science Diplomat

By Vaughan C. Turekian - 06.10.2013

How a science diplomat’s career was influenced by things he learned from his father: a shared commitment to solving a problem is the bedrock of a friendship, life is not linear, and change requires challenging the orthodoxy.

Article

The Latent Power of Health Cooperation in U.S.-Russian Relations

Health diplomacy has been a feature of U.S.-Russian relations since the Cold War.  Deeper engagement, with closer public and private sector cooperation, will alleviate global suffering and contribute to a more stable world.

Letter from the Field

From Berdsk to Burma

By Jason Rao - 12.06.2012

To end our first year, Science & Diplomacy introduces a new category, "Letter from the Field," to share more personal science diplomacy stories. In the first, Jason Rao recounts his experiences in engaging a former bioweapons facility in Russia.

Perspective

Nunn-Lugar: Science Cooperation Essential for Nonproliferation Efforts

By Richard G. Lugar - 03.09.2012

The Nunn-Lugar program demonstrates the importance of international scientific engagement in efforts to reduce the spread of dangerous weapons and material.

Perspective

From Cold War to Warm Relations

By Alice P. Gast - 03.09.2012

Scientific collaboration might offer one of the most promising ways for the United States to build a strong relationship with Kazakhstan.

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