The Khrushchev-Mao Conversations, 31 July - 3 August 1958 and 2 October 1959 by Vladislav M. Zubok***Le Duan and the Break with China introduction by Stein Tonnesson***Document: "Comrade B on the Plot of the Reactionary Chinese Clique Against Vietnam translated and annotated by Christopher E. Goscha***
The ECNU-WWICS Occasional Paper Series is published through the East China Normal University-Wilson Center Cold War Studies Initiative. The ECNU-Wilson Center Cold War Studies Initiative is a natural outgrowth of the longstanding, close relationship between the Wilson Center's flagship Cold War International History Project (CWIHP) and East China Normal University's (ECNU) Cold War International Studies Center. The goal of the initiative is to further scholarly research and exchanges on the Cold War in general and on the Cold War-era history of the US-China relationship in particular, with a view towards deepening mutual understanding and cooperation between the People's Republic of China and the United States. This initiative produces a series of international conferences, workshops and seminars, as well as a series of online and hardcopy publications as a result of the scholarly exchanges and meetings.
At its workshop on "New Evidence on the Korean War from Russian, Chinese and European Archives" on 21 June 2000, the Cold War International History Project (CWIHP) launched a new initiative on "New Evidence on North Korea in the Cold War." The initiative will be the focus of major research efforts by the CWIHP over the next three years.
"Crisis and Confrontation on the Korean Peninsula, 1968-19694" features the transcript of the first in a series of critical oral history conferences jointly convened by the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars’ North Korea International Documentation Project and the University of North Korean Studies and a selection of primary source documents.
Cold War Endpoints?: Beginning the Debate by David Wolff ***When did the Cold War End? by Thomas Blanton*** Stalemate in an Era of Change: New Sources and Questions on Gorbachev, Yeltsin, and Soviet/Russian-Japanese Relations by Tsuyoshi Hasegawa ***The Last Official Foreign Visit by M.S. Gorbachev as President of the USSR: The Road to Tokyo by A.S. Cherniaev ***