March 5 - Nuclear politics
Joseph Rotblat, Pugwash — The First Ten Years (1967) (including the Russell-Einstein manifesto)
Jessica Wang, "Scientists and the problem of the public in postwar America, 1945-1960," Osiris 17 (2002): 323-347.
Alexei Kojevnikov, "Dialogues about knowledge and power in totalitarian political culture," Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences 30 (1999): 227-247. (Move quickly to the section on the postwar period, p. 239.)
"After Pugwash: The Soviet reaction," Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists no. 9 (1957): 314-317.
Eugene Rabinowitch, "The Third Pugwash Conference," Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists no. 9 (1958): 338-340.
Alison Kraft and Carola Sachse, eds., Science, (Anti-)Communism and Diplomacy: The Pugwash Conferences on Science and Worlds Affairs in the Early Cold War (2019).
The Pugwash Conferences and the Global Cold War Scientists, Transnational Networks, and the Complexity of Nuclear Histories, special issue of Cold War Studies (2018).
Kevles, The Physicists, chaps. 21–23.
John Gaddis, et al., eds., Cold War Statesmen Confront the Bomb: Nuclear Diplomacy since 1945 (1999).
Hoffmann György, "A Pugwash-mozgalom egy évtizede," Akadémiai Értesítő 75 (1968): 374-381.