Cold War

#256 Political Culture of the Cold War in Brazil, 1947-1964 (draft)

By Thaís Battibugli


Archivist's Note: The final version of this paper was not found in the Latin American Program archive. The present document is a draft of a research paper of the same name, on the theme "Democracy and Political Culture in Brazil." The paper aims to evaluate a month of research done in collaboration with the Brazil Project at the Woodrow Wilson Center and the Culture Ministry of Brazil. It analyzes documents from the National Archives, books from the Library of Congress, and articles from the Wilson Center Library.

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CWIHP Working Paper 85

China’s Policy of Conciliation and Reduction (Sanhe Yishao) and its Impact on Boundary Negotiations and Settlements in the Early 1960s

Eric Hyer
December 2017

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Comrade Mehmet Shehu: We have fallen ill and we still do.

Comrade Hysni Kapo: One must always undergo cures.

Comrade Mao: One must always undergo cures against revisionism and Khrushchevism.

5 May 1966