The Department of International History of the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, with the support from the Fondation Pierre du Bois pour l’Histoire du Temps Présent, will host an international conference on the end of the Cold War in Geneva on September 24-26, 2015.
The Ironbridge International Institute for Cultural Heritage, University of Birmingham is seeking paper proposals for a conference on "Trans-Atlantic Dialogues on Cultural Heritage: Heritage, Tourism and Traditions" to be held 13-16 July 2015, in Liverpool, UK.
Former History and Public Policy intern Volodymyr Valkov recently co-published an article in Visegrad Insight discussing the foundation and development of Russia’s “new ideology,” tracing its importance in the conflict with Ukraine. Valkov argues that keeping Ukraine divided and unstable comes as part and parcel of Russia’s plan for domination over Europe, and more specifically Eastern Europe.
"Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty: The CIA Years and Beyond" by CWIHP Senior Scholar A. Ross Johnson has been published in Polish for the first time.
The first in a series of updates to CWIHP's award-winning Digital Archive.
Charles Kraus, a Program Assistant with the Cold War International History Project (CWIHP), recently visited the Diplomatic Archives of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan in Tokyo.
ECNU's Cold War International Studies Center is seeking paper proposals for a conference on "Relations between China and its Neighboring Countries during the Cold War: Archives and Documentation" to be held in mid-December 2014 in Shanghai.
A transcript of the CWIHP Event "Assessing Warsaw Pact Military Forces: The Role of CIA Clandestine Reporting" and event report written by moderator A. Ross Johnson.
Call for Papers - J. William Fulbright in International Perspective: Liberal Internationalism and U.S. Global InfluenceApr 01, 2014
A September 2015 Conference hosted by the University of Arkansas seeks papers that examine Senator J. William Fulbright’s contribution to U.S. foreign relations and re-assess his legacy in the context of global developments in the twentieth century.
Documents obtained, translated, and disseminated by the Wilson Center’s North Korea International Documentation Project were quoted from and cited ten times in the United Nations report on human rights in North Korea, released in February 2014.