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A comment on "The nuclear issue in the South Pacific"

Firth, Stewart


For fifty years, from 1946 to the last French test in 1996, nuclear bombs exploded in pristine Pacific environments, in the atmosphere, underwater, and even in space, leaving behind radioactive contamination of islands, reefs, and sea, and stimulating powerful anti-nuclear sentiment in the region. Observers of the South Pacific scene should be pleased to have a French perspective on the history of this issue.

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Date published: 2005
Type: Journal article
Source: The Contemporary Pacific
Access Rights: Open Access


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