Introduction by Christian F. Ostermann***Gorbachev and Afghanistan edited and annotated by Christian F. Ostermann***KGB Active Measures in Southwest Asia in 1980-82 by Vasily Mitrokhin***Why Was There No "Second Cold War" In Europe? Hungary and the Soviet Invasion of Afghanistan in 1979: Documents from the Hungarian Archives by Csaba Békés***Czechoslovakia and the War in Afghanistan, 1979-1989 by Oldrich Tuma***More East-Bloc Sources on Afghanistan***
Edited by Boris Morozov and Yaacov Ro'i. Why did the Soviet Union spark war in 1967 between Israel and the Arab states by falsely informing Syria and Egypt that Israel was massing troops on the Syrian border? Based on newly available archival sources, The Soviet Union and the June 1967 Six Day War answers this controversial question more fully than ever before.
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Brazil's nuclear program in the 1970s faced opposition from the US as the Carter administration sought to make nuclear non-proliferation a top priority, according to new documents released by Fundacao Getulio Vargas.
"We Are in a Bind": Polish and Czechoslovak Attempts at Reforming the Warsaw Pact, 1956-1969 by Vojtech Mastny ***New Evidence on the Cuban Missile Crisis: Khrushchev, Nuclear Weapons, and the Cuban Missile Crisis by Raymond L. Garthoff ***Soviet Moldavia and the 1968 Czechoslovak Crisis: A Report on the Political "Spill-Over" introduction and translation by Mark Kramer ***Microfilm Projects in East European Military Archives by Ronald D. Landa ***"Pacifistic Blowback"? New Evidence on the Soviet Peace Campaign in the Early 1950s by Nigel Gould-Davies ***Between Solidarity and Neutrality: The Nordic Countries and the Cold War, 1945-1991 by Valur Ingimundarson ***News from Hanoi Archives: Summer 1998 by David Wolff ***Conference on Understanding the End of the Cold War by Nina Tannenwald ***