Report on the Summer Institute on Conducting Archival Research By Sutayut Osornprasop (Cambridge University)Aug 01, 2003
Sutayut Osornprasop, a PhD student at Cambridge University and one of the participants at the institute, reports on his experience during the two-day institute June 4-5.
The history of the Cold War and its legacy are critical for today's students' understanding of modern global history and current affairs. To assist high school teachers in educating their students about this important period in history, the Center's Cold War International History Project teamed up with George Washington University and other Cold War experts last month for the second summer institute for teachers.
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.)
CWIHP has been awarded a three-year grant by the Henry Luce Foundation to support the Project's new "China Initiative." The CWIHP China Initiative aims at broadening U. S. expertise on the Cold War antecedents of China's foreign policy and at strengthening historical research and discourse on the Cold War throughout China.
CWIHP Senior Fellow and CWIHP Korea Initiative Coordinator Kathryn Weathersby was recently interviewed by American RadioWorks for "Korea: The Unfinished War."
CWHIP was featured in a July 10 Christian Science Monitor article on the effectiveness of past foreign aid in achieving leverage on North Korea.
CWIHP Partners with High School Teachers, Cold War Scholars and GWU in Summer Institute to Develop Educational WebsiteJul 14, 2003
CWIHP partners with high school teachers, GWU and Cold War experts to develop a multimedia educational web site.
CWIHP publishes new evidence on Czechoslovak-Cuban cooperation in Latin America
On June 5, author Thomas Alan Schwartz will discuss his latest book, Lyndon Johnson and Europe: In the Shadow of Vietnam, where he attempts to revise the perception of LBJ as the "ugly american" and instead suggests that LBJ's conduct of diplomacy in Europe deserves recognition as one of the most important achievements of his presidency.
CWIHP is pleased to announce three panels at the forthcoming Annual Meeting of the Society of Historians of American Foreign Relations, to be held June 6-8, 2003 at George Washington University.