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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.
Jeffrey G. Karam explores the papers of Emir Farid Chehab in his recent article for The Daily Star Lebanon.… https://t.co/S8nQD06QmV
In an interview with Carnegie Middle East Jeffrey G. Karam discusses the importance of Emir Farid Chehab's private… https://t.co/12xQTWIXq0
RT @NPIHP: Ukrainian Foreign Ministry documents, obtained and introduced by @mbudjeryn, reveal the importance of the Non-Proliferation Trea…
RT @TheWilsonCenter: Newly declassified documents from @cwihp detail just how close the U.S. was to to going to war with the Soviets in 197…