The Evolution of Neoconservative Thinking on US Nuclear Policy in the 1970s and 1980s
Application Deadline: Monday, 15 November 2010
The turbulent recent history and the expanding historiography on 20th century Balkans have prompted the Centre for the International Affairs, Diplomacy and Strategy London School of Economics and Political Science and the Konstantinos Karamanlis Institute for Democracy to organize an international conference that will study the region in the context of the Cold War.
The articles highlight the East German attitudes towards Kim Jong Il's succession in the early 1970s, drawing a parallel between the events some 36 years ago with the current question of Kim Jong Un's succession.
Deals, Denials and Declassification: Israeli-South African Nuclear Collaboration
NKIDP Project Coordinator <b>James Person</b> is featured on the PBS television series <i>History Detectives</i>Sep 17, 2010
Person provided details of prisoner exchanges during the war and of efforts to secure an armistice.
The University of Nottingham's School of American and Canadian Studies has issued a call for papers for the 29-30 April 2011 international conference Landscapes of Secrecy: The CIA in History, Fiction and Memory.
<i>Asia Today</i> emphasizes NKIDP project coordinator James Person's analyses on DPRK succession and PRC leverage over PyongyangSep 09, 2010
The piece highlights how the misinterpretation of Kim Jong Il's trip to China originates from over exaggerated notions of Chinese leverage over the DPRK among experts in the US.
<i>Yonhap News</i> highlights NKIDP project coordinator James Person's analysis of DPRK-PRC relationsSep 08, 2010
The article covered the Wilson Center Asia Program event "Knowing the North: Intelligence and Intentions of the DPRK" from September 8, 2010.
<i>Connecting Histories: Decolonization and the Cold War in South East Asia, 1945-1962</i>, edited by CWIHP Director Christian Ostermann is reviewed on H-Diplo.Sep 07, 2010
Connecting Histories draws on newly available archival documentation from both Western and Asian countries to explore decolonization, the Cold War, and the establishment of a new international order in post-World War II Southeast Asia.