Complementarity, correspondence, and the community of the bomb
The atomic age represented a coming together of opposites such as nationalism and internationalism, ethics and warfare, and creativity and security. The first atomic bombs spelled both peril and promise in a time of both national rivalries and growing internationalism. The latter had been growing since the mid 18th century. The scientific community that produced the theory behind atomic weapons was certainly international. The Japanese war effort focused an international effort on a national cause.
Publication Name: The Journal of American-East Asian Relations
Subject: International relations
A port reborn
The fish port in the Port of Portland, ME, was decaying and falling into ruins before the people of Portland decided on May 5, 1987 to restore the port's traditional facilities and services. Approximately $15 million were gathered to reconstruct the city's decaying fish port.
Publication Name: Yankee
Subject: General interest
The Vietnamese are known for eating salads on a regular basis. Salad varieties include rice, shrimp, shallots, meat and fish as the various ingredients.
Publication Name: The New York Times Magazine