Collections contain selected sets of historical documents related to a specific topic, region, or event.
Documents on the history of Soviet nuclear development.
The Soviet Union joined the International Olympic Committee only in 1951, but went on to dominate the games along with its rival, the United States.
The Soviet Union was one of North Korea's most important allies through the end of the Cold War, but relations were not always cordial.
Documents on the 20th-century competition for supremacy in spaceflight capacity between the United States and the Soviet Union.
Leader of the Soviet Union from 1922 until his death in 1953, this collection contain Stalin's own writings, conversations, and legacy.
A glimpse into the papers Sygnman Rhee, President of the Republic of Korea from 1948 through 1960.
The Taiwan Strait Crises of 1954-1955 and 1958 were short, but climactic military confrontations.
Documents on Taiwan's efforts to engage non-communist states in Southeast Asia in the 1970s and 1980s.
A series of military clashes taking place along the DMZ after 1967 threatened to engulf the Korean Peninsula in a new war.
25 years after the Non-Prolfieration Treaty (NPT) came into force, parties to the treaty met to decide if the NPT would be continued indefinitely.
The onset of the Algerian War of Independence in November 1954 was an important development in the international history of the Cold War.
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.