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Alexseev, Mikhail. “Capsule Politics-Behind the Splashdown, a Hidden Game of Power.” The Seattle Times (Seattle, WA), Dec. 6, 1992.

Bob Walsh & Associates. “Europe America Space Flight 500.” Press Release, Seattle, WA, 1992.

Bob Walsh & Associates. “Europe America Space Flight 500: Preliminary Schedule of Events.” Time Schedule, Seattle, WA, 1992.

Bruscas, Angelo. “U.S. says bombs away to Russian rocket.” Seattle Post-Intelligencer (Seattle, WA), Oct. 24, 1992.

Bush, Daniel, “Seattle’s Cold War Foreign Policy, 1957-1990: Citizen Diplomats and Grass Roots Diplomacy, Sister Cities and International Exchange.” PhD Diss., University of Washington, 1998.

Collins, Michael. “Russian businessmen arrange promotional space flight.” United Press International, Nov. 15, 1992.

“Europe-America-500 Takes Off Russia’s First 'Private' Launching.” BBC Summary of World Broadcasts. The British Broadcasting Corporation, Nov 23, 1992.

"Fall of the Soviet Union." The Cold War Museum. Accessed May 4, 2018. http://

Kozlov, D. “By the Columbus Road.” Top Business, August 8, 1992.

“Location & Purpose of Antennas & Aboard Mechanisms on ‘Marshal Krylov’.” Bob Walsh’s Collection. Donated to University of Washington Libraries, Seattle, WA.

Logsdon, John M. "R-7." Encyclopaedia Britannica. Last modified May 17, 2015,

Miller, Elisa. “America’s Pacific Northwest and the Russian Far East in the 1990s: A tumultuous decade, a tumultuous relationship.” In The Russian Far East and Pacific Asia: Unfulfilled Potential, ed. Michael Bradshaw. Surrey: Curzon Press, 2001.

Royer, Rosanne. “The Seattle-Tashkent Sister City Relationship During Years 1973-2015.” Handout received in HSTCMP 292 with Professor Eric Johnson, Seattle, WA, Apr. 5, 2018.

"This missile won't promote war." The Kansas City Star (Kansas City, MO), Nov. 14, 1992.

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