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New Evidence on the End of the Cold War

  • New Evidence on the Soviet Factor in the Peaceful Revolutions of 1989 By Vladislav M. Zubok
  • One the Eve: A Glimpse Inside the Politburo at the End of 1988 
  • The Tbilisi Massacre, April 1989: Documents 
  • Soviet Approaches to Eastern Europe at the Beginning of 1989 By Jacques Lévesque 
  • The Political Transition in Hungary, 1989-90 By Csaba Békés and Melinda Kalmár 
  • Hungarian Secret Police Memorandum, May 1989
  • Poland 1986-1989: From “Cooptation” to “Negotiated Revolution” By Pawel Machcewicz 
  • The Fall of the Wall: The Unintended Dissolution of East Germany’s Ruling Regime By Hans-Hermann Hertle 
  • 1989: Bulgarian Transition to Pluralist Democracy By Jordan Baev 
  • Czechoslovak November 1989 By Oldrich Tuma 
  • Czechoslovak Regime Documents on the Velvet Revolution 
  • “We Are the Opponents of Violence ... We Want to Live as Dignifed and Free People” 
  • The Last Days of a Dictator By Mircea Munteanu 
  • At Historic Crossroads: Documents on the December 1989 Malta Summit 

New Evidence on the Cold War in Asia

  • The Khrushchev-Mao Conversations, 31 July-3 August 1958 and 2 October 1959 By Vladislav M. Zubok
  • Le Duan and the Break with China Introduction by Stein Tønnesson 
  • Document: “Comrade B on the Plot of the Reactionary Chinese Clique Against Vietnam Translated and Annotated by Christopher E. Goscha

New Evidence on Cold War Military History

  • Planning for Nuclear War: The Czechoslovak War Plan of 1964 By Petr Lûnák
  • “Operation Atom” The Soviet Union’s Stationing of Nuclear Missiles in the German Democratic Republic, 1959 By Matthias Uhl and Vladimir I. Ivkin 

New Evidence on the Iran Crisis 1945-46

  • From the Baku Archives 

New Evidence from the Former Yugoslav Archives

  • The Tito-Khrushchev Correspondence, 1954 

Research Notes and Conference Reports

  • The Moldovan Communist Party Archives By Jim Hershberg 
  • Moldova, Romania and the Soviet Invasion of Czechoslovakia By Mark Kramer 
  • The Sino-Soviet Alliance: New Publications By David Wolff 
  • Policymakers and the Cold War’s End: Micro and Macro Assessments of Contingency By Richard K. Herrman and Richard Ned Lebow 
  • Conference on Cold War Endgame By Fred I. Greenstein and William C. Wohlforth 
  • New Evidence on China, Southeast Asia and the Vietnam War: Conference Report By Priscilla Roberts
  • Update on the Stasi Archives By Gary Bruce 
  • Western Intelligence Gathering and the Division of German Science By Paul Maddrell 
  • Letters to the Editor 

About the Author

Christian F. Ostermann

Christian F. Ostermann

Director, History and Public Policy Program; Cold War International History Project; North Korea Documentation Project; Nuclear Proliferation International History Project;
Woodrow Wilson Center
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Cold War International History Project

The Cold War International History Project supports the full and prompt release of historical materials by governments on all sides of the Cold War. Through an award winning Digital Archive, the Project allows scholars, journalists, students, and the interested public to reassess the Cold War and its many contemporary legacies. It is part of the Wilson Center's History and Public Policy Program.  Read more

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