Coral Bell and the Concert of Power: Avoiding Armageddon
Coral Bell gave the title'A Preoccupation with Armageddon' to the fragment of memoir found among her papers, and began it by recalling the moment she heard that the atom bomb had been dropped on Hiroshima. 'I can even remember the pattern of the hearth-rug on which I was standing when a colleague rushed in with the news', she wrote. 'Perhaps that moment is the reason why so much of my life has revolved around wars and crises; why I have had such a preoccupation with the possibility of...[Show more]
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|Book Title:||Power and International Relations: Essays in Honour of Coral Bell|
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