South and Southeast Asian Views of the Cold War (1945-1991): Negotiating Imperial Retreat and the Cold WarJan 12, 2004
Call for Contributions: South and Southeast Asian Views of the Cold War(1945-1991): Negotiating Imperial Retreat and the Cold WarCWIHP invites submissions for a Special Issue of the Cold War International History Project Bulletin.
The proceedings of the CWIHP/LAP March 2003 workshop "Argentina-United States Bilateral Relations: A Historical Perspective and Future Challenges" are now available from the Wilson Center. The publication includes several chapters on the "The Dirty War's Declassified Documents."
CWIHP and its Mongolian and international partners plan to hold a workshop on "Mongolia and the Cold War" in Ulaanbaatar in March 2004.
The George Washington University Cold War (GWCW) Group is organizing its Second Annual Summer Institute on Conducting Archival ResearchJune 14-17, 2004. This workshop is open to graduate students only. To apply, please follow the link.
The Cold War International History Project (CWIHP) is pleased to announce the release of several new CWIHP publications.
Scholars debate the Soviet role in the outbreak of the 1967 Arab-Israeli War based on different versions of a June 1967 report by Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev to the CPSU Central Committee.
CWIHP and its partners to sponsor an international conference on the Cold War in Asia, October 30 - November 1, 2003.
During a week-long visit to Ukraine, CWIHP director Christian F. Ostermann gave several lectures on recent trends in Cold War historiography, declassification and archival openness.
The George Washington University Cold War Group (GWCW) and the UC Santa Barbara Center for Cold War Studies (CCWS) announce their second annual graduate student conference on the Cold War, to be held at the George Washington University, April 30-May 2, 2004. Submissions by graduate students working on any aspect of the ColdWar are encouraged. Proposals, including a brief CV and one-page abstract, should be emailed to conference coordinator Yvette Chin at email@example.com.Proposals Deadline is January 15, 2004.
Thirty six years after the June 1967 war between the State of Israel and its Arab neighbors, the role played by the Kremlin in the events which led to this armed conflict and during the war, remains enigmatic. Soviet documents on the subject remain hard to obtain. New archival evidence from Poland sheds light on the role played by the USSR in the events leading up to the outbreak of the Six Day War and during the conflict.