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North Korea's public diplomacy was in full swing in the United States in the 1970s. Brandon Gauthier investigates North Korea's American allies inside of the so-called American-Korean Friendship and Information Center (AKFIC).
The onset of the Algerian War of Independence in November 1954 was an important development in the international history of the Cold War. Pierre Asselin introduces documents from the Algerian National Archives on socialist bloc support for Algerian National Liberation Front.
Sergey Radchenko draws on Soviet and Russian documents from 1991-1993 to argue that the first North Korean crisis began partly as a result of the policy choices of key regional players.
The KAL 902 incident today in '78 foreshadowd the incident in '83 when KAL 007 was shot down and all on board killed. http://t.co/Z6VVdFFfJu
@richkauz Fascinating! And agreed. We welcome/appreciate any input you'd ever like 2 provide based on that experience! Docs ≠ 1sthand info.