Partners in Space explores the lessons learned by the United States during the International Space Station program. By tracing the diplomatic, economic, and commercial origins of the US-Russian partnership, it tells the story of how the world’s two greatest space powers overcame their Cold War rivalry to construct humanity’s greatest engineering achievement.
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Susan Eisenhower is a senior fellow, director of programs and former chairman of the Eisenhower Institute, and is best known for her work in Russia and the former Soviet Union. Over the years, Ms. Eisenhower has testified before the Senate Armed Services and Senate Budget Committees on policy toward that region. She has also been appointed to the National Academy of Sciences' standing Committee on International Security and Arms Control (CISAC) where she is now serving a third term. In 2000, a year before September 11, she co-edited a book, Islam and Central Asia, which carried the prescient subtitle, An Enduring Legacy or an Evolving Threat?
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Book Description The Eisenhower Institute, 2004. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0974439401
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