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The Cold War International History Project supports the full and prompt release of historical materials by governments on all sides of the Cold War.
A global network of individuals and institutions engaged in the study of international nuclear history.
An informational clearinghouse on North Korea for both the scholarly and policymaking communities that disseminates newly declassified documents on the DPRK.
How the KGB painted AIDS as “the result of yet another Pentagon experiment with a new type of biological weapon”… https://t.co/u2MYJvvimF
Call for Papers - NATO: Past and Present, taking place at King’s College London on 6 December, 2019. Paper proposal… https://t.co/O0ZFYCPOCS
Contrary to long-held views, there is no record of Ho Chi Minh invoking Woodrow Wilson in his speeches or writings… https://t.co/3VkKoUzchH
RT @Brett_UWM: My article on Hồ Chí Minh's turn to the communist world in 1919-1920 and the myth of a 'Wilsonian moment', published by @CWI…
North Korean responses to Tiananmen Square:
- "a result of the lack of the 'monolithic unity' among Chinese leader… https://t.co/N6QkqmvfXj