Collections contain selected sets of historical documents related to a specific topic, region, or event.
The Overseas Chinese were often at the forefront of the People’s Republic of China’s Cold War.
In 1964-1965, countries in Asia and Africa sought to convene the Second Asian-African Conference, a follow up to the 1955 Bandung Meeting.
This collection gives insight into the thought processes of global decision-makers as the events of the 1967 War, or Six-Day War, unfolded.
A selection of documents used in the writing of "The Soviet Union and the Horn of Africa during the Cold War: Between Ideology and Pragmatism"
During the Cold War, the two Koreas competed for recognition and legitimacy across the Third World.
With the involvement of both South and North Korea, the Vietnam War became a microcosm of the inter-Korean struggle.
During the “Yi-Ta Incident” of spring 1962, 60,000 Kazakhs and Uyghurs fled from Xinjiang in China's northwest into the Soviet Union.
Leader of Bulgaria from 1954 until the fall of the Soviet Union, this collection contains documents by and about Todor Zhivkov.
Documents on Ukraine's nuclear history.
In 1940, the United States condemned the Soviet occupation of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania
Enmity and hostility have characterized United States-North Korea relations since 1948, but openings for improve relations have appeared.
Documents on the often adversarial relationship between the United States and the Soviet Union during the Cold War.
In January 1968, North Korea seized the USS Pueblo and its American crew.
Notebooks and loose pages kept by Alexander Vassiliev while researching in the KGB archives in the mid-1990s.
This is a large collection of primary source documents all related to the the Vietnam War
Documents on the Eastern Bloc military and security organization dominated by the Soviet Union.
Documents on military cooperation and shared exercises among the Warsaw Pact states.