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Italy's Nuclear Experience

Trieste, November 13-15, 2014

Negotiating Sino-Italian Normalization, 1968-1970

 

CWIHP e-Dossier No. 55

 
 

Negotiating Sino-Italian Normalization, 1968-1970

The Euromissile Crisis and the End of the Cold War

In the late 1970s, new generations of nuclear missile delivery systems were proposed for deployment across Eastern and Western Europe. The ensuing controversy over their deployment grew into a key phase in the later years of the Cold War. The Euromissile Crisis and the End of the Cold War explores the origins, unfolding, and consequences of that crisis.

What Can Governments Do About Falling Birth Rates?

“We have a fairly unique moment in the history of the world,” said Steven Philip Kramer, a professor at National Defense University, at the Wilson Center on April 17. “There’s never been a time when people have voluntarily produced fewer children than is necessary for sustaining the population.”

CfP: Italy's Nuclear Experience in an International and Comparative Perspective

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Italy's Nuclear Experience in an International and Comparative Perspective

University of Trieste, November 13-15, 2014

Global Fellow Enrico Fardella Publishes Chapter on Sino-Italian Normalizaion

Wilson Center Global Fellow Enrico Fardella has published a book chapter entitled "The Normalization of Relations between Italy and the People's Republic of China" in a new volume, Italy’s Encounters with Modern China: Imperial Dreams, Strategic Ambitions (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013), edited by Maurizio Marinelli and Giovanni Andornino.

Italy, the Cold War, and the Nuclear Dilemma: The Struggle over the NPT

Washington History Seminar
Historical Perspectives on International and National Affairs

Italy, the Cold War, and the Nuclear Dilemma:
The Struggle over the NPT

Leopoldo Nuti
UNIVERSITY OF ROMA TRE

The Other Population Crisis: What Governments Can Do about Falling Birth Rates

In many developed countries, population decline poses economic and social strains and may even threaten national security. Through historical-political case studies of Sweden, France, Italy, Japan, and Singapore, The Other Population Crisis explores the motivations, politics, programming, and consequences of national efforts to promote births. Steven Philip Kramer finds a significant government role in stopping declines in birth rates.

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