Documenting the Early Soviet Nuclear Weapons Program by Mark Kramer***Secret East German Report on Chinese Reactions to the 1956 Hungarian Revolt by Mark Kramer***G.M. Kornienko, The Cold War: Testimony of a Participant review by David R. Stone***Chen Hansheng, My Life During Four Eras review by Maochen Yu***Robert Zuzowski, Political Dissent and Opposition in Poland: The Workers' Defense Committee "KOR", and Ya.Ya. Grishin, Dramaticheskie sobytiya v Pol'she, 1980-1981 gg review by Mark Kramer***
NKIDP e-Dossier no. 12, "The Cuban Missile Crisis and the Origins of North Korea’s Policy of Self-Reliance in National Defense," is introduced by James F. Person and features 6 translated documents which demonstrate how the Cuban Missile Crisis transformed North Korea’s relations with Moscow and Beijing and nudged the country down a path of unsustainable military buildup that, in part, resulted in a nuclear weapons program and was responsible for the country’s economic difficulties in later decades.
Deals, Denials and Declassification: Israeli-South African Nuclear Collaboration
In its 26 July 2003 issue, the International Herald Tribune published an article by William Taubman, author of a new biography of Nikita Khrushchev and CWIHP Advisory Committee chairman, examining the controversy surrounding Nikita Khruschev's famous 1960 "shoe incident" at the United Nations. The article was informed by a heated discussion among several eyewitnesses at a March 2003 CWIHP book launch for Taubman's "Khrushchev." (See the event report on this website.)
A CWIHP Document Reader compiled for the international conference "New Evidence on the 1954 Geneva Conference on Indochina," Washington D.C., 17-18 February 2006