The atomic bombs launched over Japan do not mean only the end of the Second World War in 1945. This is also the starting point for growing interest of the peripheries countries to obtain such technology. The focus of these countries is not warlike but a development opportunity. The current paper explores the change in the foreign cooperation policy of the United States linked to the knowledge of nuclear energy and the relation
between Argentina and the United States during the process of nuclear development of the southern country until the building of the first nuclear reactor RA-1.

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CONTURSI REYNOSO, A. (2017). El cambio en la política exterior de Estados Unidos que permitió el desarrollo del uso pacífico de energía nuclear en Argentina. Revista Integración y Cooperación Internacional, 25 (Julio-Diciembre 2017), 15-23. 
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