Call for New Cold War History Bibliography Entries

Dear members we have an exciting announcement!

The Cold War History Research Center is looking for contributions for their 6th edition of their bibliography of New Cold War History. More information concerning the organization and structure of submissions can be read on their website. Read their call below:


Greetings from the Cold War History Research Center, Budapest ( This is to invite you to contribute to our unique scholarly enterprise: The Bibliography of New Cold War History

This already quite extensive bibliography was first published on our Center’s website in 2017 and a fifth enlarged edition was issued in 2021.

It attempts to present the publications on the history of the Cold War published after 1989, the beginning of the “archival revolution” in the former Soviet bloc countries. While even the present, quite extensive fourth edition is not complete, it collects a huge number of books, articles and book chapters on the topic. The extended bibliography is now an unique reference work and an indispensable resource for scholars and students interested in the history of the Cold War all over the World.

Now we have been working on the 6th enlarged version of this bibliography that will be published by the end of 2022. We are inviting you to send us a full list of your publications on any aspects of the Cold War, published since 1989. Those, who have already sent us a list earlier, or whose works have been included by our staff, may add their publications of 2022 to our bibliography.

The deadline for submission is October 31, 2022.


Please, feel free to share this invitation with any of your interested colleagues, including PhD candidates.

Please, send your list to:

Leonardo ZANATTA, Ph.D. Candidate 

Research Coordinator 



We look forward to hearing from you soon.

Best wishes,

Csaba BÉKÉS, Ph.D. D.Sc.

Founding Director, Cold War History Research Center, Budapest

Research Professor, Centre for Social Sciences, Institute for Political Science, Budapest

Professor of History, Corvinus University of Budapest, Institute of Global Studies



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