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“Cold War and Human Rights Talk” by Dr. Umberto Tulli

The CWRN is excited to announce our upcoming event on March 28th, where Dr. Umberto Tulli will delve into a talk on the “Cold War and Human Rights”. This talk will explore how human rights and bipolar rivalry intertwined in unexpected ways during the Cold War. It was a period marked by a series of…

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Book Launch: Nicaragua Must Survive. Sandinista Revolutionary Diplomacy in the Global Cold War

The CWRN is proud to announce that it will co-sponsor, together with  the Center for Latin American Research and Documentation and the Modern History Research Group, the book launch of Dr Eline van Ommen Nicaragua Must Survive. Sandinista Revolutionary Diplomacy in the Global Cold War (University of California Press, December 2023).     Dr van…

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Special Event: Arrested Development: The Soviet Union in Ghana, Guinea, and Mali, 1955-1968

  The CWRN is excited to announce that it will co-sponsor, together with the INVISIHIST, the book launch of Dr. Alessandro Iandolo’s book titled: Arrested Development: The Soviet Union in Ghana, Guinea, and Mali, 1955 – 1968. (Cornell University Press, 2022). Arrested Development examines the USSR’s involvement in West Africa during the 1950s and 1960s as aid donor, trade…

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Book Launch: Poland and European East-West Cooperation in the 1970s: The Opening Up

  This November the CWRN is excited to announce its first co-sponsoring, in person event for the new academic year. In collaboration with the Amsterdam Centre for European Studies (ACES) and the Amsterdam School for Regional Transnational & European Studies, our Network would like to invite you to the presentation of Dr. Komornicka’s latest publication,…

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Book Launch: Telling America’s Story to the World: Literature, Internationalism, Cultural Diplomacy

  The Cold War Research Network is proud to co-sponsor, together with the Roosevelt Institute for American Studies (RIAS), the book launch of Dr. Harilaos (Harry) Stecopoulos titled  Telling America’s Story to the World: Literature, Internationalism, Cultural Diplomacy (Oxford University Press, November 2022).     In his latest publication, Dr. Stecopoulos draws on an extensive archival…

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New Publication: Romanian edition of ‘America and Romania in the Cold War – A Differentiated Détente, 1969-80’

The Cold War Research Network is excited to bring to your attention the new Romanian edition of Dr. Paschalis Pechlivanis’ book titled America and Romania in the Cold War – A Differentiated Détente, 1969-80.  This new edition, published by Editura Litera, will surely contribute to the dissemination of this fascinating topic to a broader audience…

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New Publication: Guerra Fría Global. El pensamiento militar chileno y venezolano (1960-1970).

The Cold War Research Network would like to draw the attention of its Spanish-speaking audience, to Dr. Froilán Ramos Rodríguez’s new publication titled Guerra Fría Global. El pensamiento militar chileno y venezolano (1960-1970).     Dr. Rodríguez is a historian that specializes in Contemporary  History and is currently a professor at de la Universidad Católica…

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Call for Papers: New International Economic Order, Lessons and Legacies 50 Years Later

  The Cold War Research Network would like to draw your attention to the Call for Papers for the  New International Economic Order, Lessons and Legacies 50 Years Later conference project. In collaboration with Temple University, University College London, the History and Political Economy Project, El Colegio de México and the Berggruen Institute, the  Ca’…

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New Publication: The West, Russia, and NATO in the 1990s: Missed Opportunities?

  The Cold War Research Network’s co-coordinator Dr. Ruud Van Dijk has recently published a book review with the Atlantisch Perspectief (AP) magazine of the Netherlands Atlantic Association. In his article ‘The West, Russia, and NATO in the 1990s: Missed Opportunities?’  he provides a book review of two books, one by M. E Sarotte and the…

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