Diplomatic History

Sino-DPRK Relations and Kim Il Sung’s Militant Strategy, 1965-1967

NKIDP e-Dossier no. 20

Whose War Plan Was It? Sino-DPRK Relations and Kim Il Sung’s Militant Strategy, 1965-1967

by Balázs Szalontai
April 2016

Taiwan’s Cold War in Southeast Asia

This CWIHP e-Dossier was made possible through the generous support of the Chun & Jane Chiu Family Foundation.

CWIHP e-Dossier no. 70

Taiwan’s Cold War in Southeast Asia

by Hsiao-ting Lin

April 2016

Why is President Obama going to Cuba now?

This piece was originally published on Medium.
 
While much has been rightfully made about the historic nature of President Obama’s trip to Cuba on March 21st, the first by a U.S. president in nearly 90 years, there are more profound reasons for the trip that go beyond symbolism.
 

Nuclear Illusions and Protectorate Reality

Nuclear Illusions and Protectorate Reality

A Reappraisal of West German Nuclear Security Policy (1956-1963)

Research Intern (Italian Language Specialist)

Research Intern (Italian Language Specialist)

Call Number WC-CWIHP-SU2017-I-17

China and Eastern Europe in the 1980s: A Hungarian Perspective

CWIHP e-Dossier no. 69

China and Eastern Europe in the 1980s: A Hungarian Perspective

by Péter Vámos

January 2016

Inter-Korean Relations in Historical Context

Three months after signing a six-point inter-Korean communique on August 25th that called for talks “at an early date,” South and North Korea are poised to resume high-level discussions on December 11th. The talks, which will be held between vice-minister level officials from each side at the jointly-operated Kaesong Industrial Complex in North Korea, come on the heels of a recent round of family reunions.

Internships with the Cold War International History Project

Spring Semester Application Deadline is 15 November 2018

Foreign Policy Breakthroughs: What Can We Learn From Cases in Successful Diplomacy?

With their new book, co-editors, Robert Hutchings and Jeremi Suri want to help practitioners and scholars reinvent diplomacy by learning and applying the lessons of success. By focusing on cases in successful diplomacy, the book provides a host of lessons learned through foreign policy diplomatic breakthroughs. That’s the focus of this edition of  Wilson Center NOW.

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