Publications

Cover, Editor's Note, and Table of Contents

Jul 07, 2011
Editor's Note by David Wolff*** more

Section 1 - The Plenums

Jul 07, 2011
The Drama of the Plenums: A Call to Arms by David Wolff ***Declassified Materials from CPSU Central Committee Plenums: Sources, Context, Highlights by Mark Kramer***Central Committee Plenums, 1941-1966: Contents and Implications by Gael Moullec ***CPSU Plenums, Leadership Struggles, and Soviet Cold War Politics by Vladislav Zubok ***Plenum Transcript Excerpts (January 1955, July 1955, March 1956, June 1957)*** Khrushchev's Second Secret Speech by Leo Gluchowski *** more

Section 2 - "This is Not a Politburo, but a Madhouse"

Jul 07, 2011
"This is Not a Politburo, but a Madhouse": The Post-Stalin Succession Struggle, Soviet Deutschlandpolitik and the SED: New Evidence from Russian, German, and Hungarian Archives by Christian Ostermann*** more

Section 3 - Yugoslavia and the Cold War

Jul 07, 2011
Yugoslavia and the Cold War by Christian Ostermann ***The Soviet Bloc and the Initial Stage of the Cold War: Archival Documents on Stalin's Meetings with Communist Leaders of Yugoslavia and Bulgaria, 1946-1948 by Leonid Gibianskii ***Soviet Plans to Establish the COMINFORM in Early 1946: New Evidence from the Hungarian Archives by Csaba Békés ***Stalin's Plan to Assassinate Tito*** The Turn in Soviet-Yugoslav Relations, 1953-55 by Andrei Edemskii ***Soviet-Yugoslav Relations and the Hungarian Revolution of 1956 by Leonid Gibianskii *** more

Section 4 - Deng Xiaoping and the Cold War

Jul 07, 2011
In Memoriam: Deng Xiaoping and the Cold War by David Wolff ***"Look What Chaos in the Beautiful Socialist Camp!" Deng Xiaoping and the Sino-Soviet Split, 1956-1963 by Vladislav Zubok ***Deng Xiaoping, Mao's "Continuous Revolution,"and the Path toward the Sino-Soviet Split by CHEN Jian***Deng Xiaoping's Talks with the Soviet Ambassador and Leadership, 1957-1963*** more

Section 5 - Cold War Endpoints

Jul 07, 2011
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 *** more

Section 6 - Research Notes

Jul 07, 2011
Research Notes on Soviet Intelligence; Cuban Missile Crisis; Chinese Nuclear Testing; Poland, 1980-82; Ukraine and the Prague Spring; and, Sarajevo Archives*** more

Section 1 - The Cold War in Southern Africa and the Horn of Africa

Jul 07, 2011
Havana's Policy in Africa, 1959-76: New Evidence from Cuban Archives by Piero Gleijeses***Fidel Castro's 1977 Southern Africa Tour: A Report to Honecker***Moscow and the Angolan Crisis: A New Pattern of Intervention by Odd Arne Westad***Soviet Documents on Angola and Southern Africa, 1975-1979***Anatomy of a Third World Cold War Crisis: New East-bloc Evidence on the Horn of Africa, 1977-1978 - Introduction by James G. Hershberg***The Horn, the Cold War, and New Documents from the Former East-bloc: An Ethiopian View by Ermias Abebe***Moscow, Mengistu, and the Horn: Difficult Choices for the Kremlin by Paul B. Henze***East Germany and the Horn Crisis: Documents on SED Afrikapolitik by Christian F. Ostermann***Russian and East German Documents on the Horn of Africa, 1977-1978*** more

Section 2 - US-Soviet Relations and Soviet Intervention in Afghanistan

Jul 07, 2011
US-Soviet Relations and the Turn Toward Confrontation, 1977-1980: New Russian & East German Documents - Introduction by James G. Hershberg***Russian and East German Documents***Concerning the Situation in "A": New Russian Evidence on the Soviet Intervention in Afghanistan by Odd Arne Westad***The Soviet Union and Afghanistan, 1978-1989: Documents from the Russian and East German Archives*** more

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Dialogue

The Future of Higher Education

Mar 26, 2014Apr 02, 2014

Jeff Abernathy and Richard Morrill discuss how colleges and universities are dealing with rapidly rising costs and how the United States can still compete for students in a globalized environment.