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An online symposium reviewing the massive four volume collection Lịch sử Nam bộ kháng chiến (History of the Southern Resistance). Compiled and edited by a steering committee composed of high-ranking cadres and government officials, and a team of historians and party leaders, Lịch sử Nam bộ kháng chiến documents the resistance movement in South Vietnam from 1954 through 1975.
Enrico Fardella introduces Italian Foreign Ministry documents which provide an inside view of the Sino-Italian negotiations for diplomatic recognition in 1969 and 1970, and the influence of structural changes in the Cold War system on that process.
Bernd Schaefer introduces newly translated documents from West German archives to explore the convergence of interests between Mao Zedong's China and politicians in West Germany in the 1970s.
The decades-long story of how German shame that the Berlin Wall ever stood gave way to German pride that the Berlin Wall came down.
RT @NKIDP: Mon 11/17 US-ROK Relations Public Diplomacy - Looks at public opinion and its role in forging diplomatic ties RSVP at http://t.c…