Cold War

Japan’s Foreign Policy toward Korean Peninsula in the Détente Era: An Attempt at Multilayered Policy

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NKIDP Working Paper #6

Japan’s Foreign Policy toward Korean Peninsula in the Détente Era: An Attempt at Multilayered Policy

Choi Kyungwon
November 2017

The Return to War: North Vietnamese Decision-Making, 1973-1975

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CWIHP Working Paper #84

The Return to War: North Vietnamese Decision-Making, 1973-1975

Edited and Annotated by George J. Veith
Translations by Merle L. Pribbenow

November 2017

When the World Seemed New: George H.W. Bush and the End of the Cold War

The collapse of the European communism shocked the international system.  In that perilous moment, Germany reunified, Saddam Hussein chose to invade Kuwait, China cracked down on pro-democracy protesters, the Soviet Union ceased to exist, and regimes throughout Eastern Europe teetered between democratic change and new authoritarians.

DEADLINE EXTENDED: Apply for the 2018 Summer Institute on Conducting Archival Research

Extended Deadline: Applications are now due Sunday, February 18, 2018. All materials must be received by 11:59 p.m. EST.

 

Unearthing Soviet Secrets in Ukraine’s Archives

The archives of Ukraine are open and they are filled with former Soviet secrets.

Anyone conducting research on the Soviet Union, nuclear history, or the Cold War should visit Ukraine as soon as possible.

Radio Preservation Task Force Conference 2017

Forum I:  The Many Voices of Cold War Broadcasting, 1948-1990,  9:00 – 10:45 am

This opening session focuses on the Cold War as a battle of ideologies and information played out through radio and visual broadcasts. Key questions will include the development of Cold War communications, broadcast content, and the impact of broadcasts on target populations, authoritarian systems, and Cold War conflicts themselves..

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