Between Aid and Restriction: Changing Soviet Policies toward China’s Nuclear Weapons Program: 1954-1960
Based on newly-available archival material from Chinese sources, NPIHP Working Paper #2 explores the relationship between Soviet Union and China during the 1950s and 1960s as the latter sought to establish their atomic industry and develop a nuclear weapon with Soviet scientific and technological assistance.
New NKIDP Document Reader: Limits of the "Lips and Teeth" Alliance: New Evidence on Sino-DPRK Relations, 1955-1984
WASHINGTON – The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars is welcoming nominations for the 2008 Ion Ratiu Democracy Lecture Award.
Application Deadline: Monday, 2 August 2010
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill proudly presents: “The U.S. in World Affairs: The Cold War & Beyond." This off-site lecture series is organized by the department of history at UNC in co-operation with the Center for European Studies at UNC.
The Romanian dissident movement in the 1970s and 1980s was markedly different from its counterparts in Czechoslovakia and Poland. Wilson Center Public Policy Scholar Mihail Neamtu discusses one Romanian who exercised dissent by immersing himself in classical languages and culture and withholding the benefits of his intellect from the state.
Public Policy Scholar Sangyoon Ma was interviewed by Korean televsion network JTBC about President Obama's meeting with Xi Jinping