Cold War Experts

MA Candidate in Korean Studies, Seoul National University Graduate School of International Studies
Seung Mo (Azariah) Kang was born in Seoul, South Korea.  He spent most of his childhood and teenage years in the UK and the US, and received his BA in Anthropology and Asian Studies at Macalester College.  Afterwards, he moved back to Korea and served in the armed forces as a translating officer in the Korean Air Force for 3 years.  Upon completing his duty, he briefly worked for a...
PhD Candidate, Seoul National University
Chong Min Kim is a PhD candidate and a lecturer of Graduate International Studies (GSIS), Seoul National University (SNU) and a Global PhD Fellow of National Research Foundation. She is a BA in Economics at SNU, and MA in International Studies at GSIS SNU. Her article "The U.S.'s Economic Disengagement Policy and Korea's Industrial Transformation: Implications of the Textile Disputes...
Associate Professor, Politics and Public Administration Department, Shanxi University, China
Li RuoJing is an associate professor in Politics and Public Administration School, Shanxi University, China. Li earned PhD of history in Nankai University. Li is now a supervisor of the graduate students of International Politics specialty.Li was presiding over the Project of Humanities and Social Science of China’s Ministry of Education: "the Oil Cold War", and several other proje...
Ph.D. Candidate, Department of History, East China Normal University, Shanghai, China
Ph.D. Candidate, Yale University, Department of History
Chris Miller is the Associate Director of the Brady-Johnson Program in Grand Strategy at Yale University. He is also a fellow at the Foreign Policy Research Institute. He received his PhD in History from Yale and a BA in History from Harvard.
Associate Professor, Center for International Issue Studies, Jiangsu Provincial College of Administration.
Dr. Weigan Niu is associate professor at the Center for International Issue Studies of College of Administration of Jiangsu Province. Niu was previously a post-doctoral researcher at the Chinese Academy of Sciences, studying Sino-US conflicts following the 2008 international financial crisis and the US “rebalancing to Asia.” He also completed a post-doc at Nanjing University where he e...
Woodrow Wilson Center
Christian F. Ostermann is director of the History and Public Policy Program (HAPP) as well as the director of the Global Europe Program (GE) at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. Under his purview as director of HAPP and GE, Ostermann also oversees the Cold War International History Program (CWIHP), the European Energy Security Initiative (EESI), the North Korea I...
Ph.D. Student, Shaanxi Normal University
Mr. Pan Ning is a Ph.D student of History who concentrates on the Cold War in School of History and Civilization, Shaanxi Normal University, Xi’an. He got the master degree from Shaanxi Normal University and earned a bachelor's degree from Weifang University. He is interested in U.S. foreign relations and, recently, the Civil Defense Policy of the cold war era.
Reader, Aberystwyth University
Sergey Radchenko’s research has focused on the history of the Cold War, particularly Sino-Soviet and Soviet-Japanese relations, atomic diplomacy, Soviet engagement with the Third World, and Cold War crises. Dr. Radchenko has published extensively on topics in Mongolian and North Korean history, as well as the international politics of Central Asia and contemporary Sino-Russian relations. His...
Project Director and Senior Fellow at the Department of Contemporary History, University of Vienna, Austria
Elisabeth Roehrlich is a project director and senior fellow at the Department of Contemporary History at the University of Vienna, Austria. Her research focuses on the history of the Cold War and the nuclear age. She is particularly interested in the emergence of the global nonproliferation regime and is co-founder of the Vienna-based IAEA History Research Project. Roehrlich has held visiting fell...

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