Cold War History articles

Volume 14 (1)

The first nuclear crisis in the Korean Peninsula, 1975–76
vol. 14 (1): 71-90
US policymakers confront aerospace doctrine, 1957–59
vol. 14 (1): 91-107
How Soviet Cold Warriors viewed World War II: the inside story of the 1957 edition of the Big Three correspondence
vol. 14 (1): 109-125
Visit of Soviet leaders Nikita Khrushchev and Nicholas Bulganin to Britain in April 1956
vol. 14 (1): 127-152

Volume 13 (4)

Editorial Board
vol. 13 (4): 0-0
Britain, European security and freer movement: the development of Britain's CSCE policy 1969–1972
vol. 13 (4): 439-461
Beyond containment? The first Bush administration's sceptical approach to the CSCE
vol. 13 (4): 463-484
‘Recrimination and reconciliation’: Anglo-American relations and the Yom Kippur War
vol. 13 (4): 485-506
A very practical requirement: under-ice operations in the Canadian Arctic, 1960–1986
vol. 13 (4): 507-524
Don and diplomat: Isaiah Berlin and Britain's early Cold War
vol. 13 (4): 525-540
Mr. Smith goes to Vienna: Britain's Cold War in the Caribbean 1951–1954
vol. 13 (4): 541-561
The Transatlantic Century: Europe and America, 1890–2010 (New York and Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012), 392 pp.
vol. 13 (4): 563-564
Cold War Literature: Writing the Global Conflict (London and New York: Routledge, 2009 [pbk]), 272 pp.
vol. 13 (4): 564-565
Constructing a Post–War Order: The Rise of US Hegemony and the Origins of the Cold War (London: I.B. Tauris, 2011), 327 pp.
vol. 13 (4): 566-567
Over There: Living with the U.S. Military Empire from World War Two to the Present (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2010), xviii + 453 pp.
vol. 13 (4): 567-568
Foreign Intervention in Africa: From the Cold War to the War on Terror (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013), xviii + 267 pp.
vol. 13 (4): 568-570
Visions of the End of the Cold War in Europe, 1945–1990 (New York and Oxford: Berghahn Books, 2012), vii + 358 pp.
vol. 13 (4): 570-571
Moscow Prime Time: How the Soviet Union Built the Media Empire That Lost the Cultural Cold War (Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 2011), ix + 315 pp.
vol. 13 (4): 571-572
Human Rights Activism and the End of the Cold War: A Transnational History of the Helsinki Network (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011), x + 293 pp.
vol. 13 (4): 572-574

Volume 13 (3)

An intellectual offensive: The Ford Foundation and the destalinization of the Polish social sciences
vol. 13 (3): 289-310
A complicated mission: The United States and Spanish students during the Johnson administration
vol. 13 (3): 311-329
Romania's participation in the Agricultural Conference in Moscow, 2–3 February 1960
vol. 13 (3): 331-351
Crisis management in the Communist bloc: Romania's policy towards the USSR in the aftermath of the Prague Spring
vol. 13 (3): 353-372
Atomic Maverick: Romania's negotiations for nuclear technology, 1964–1970
vol. 13 (3): 373-392
The Cold War and the international political economy in the 1970s
vol. 13 (3): 393-425
The Dissent Papers: The Voices of Diplomats in the Cold War and Beyond
vol. 13 (3): 427-428
Environmental Histories of the Cold War
vol. 13 (3): 428-429
One World, Big Screen: Hollywood, the Allies and World War II
vol. 13 (3): 430-431
J. Edgar Hoover Goes to the Movies: The FBI and the Origins of Hollywood's Cold War
vol. 13 (3): 431-432
Literature and Film in Cold War South Korea: Freedom's Frontier
vol. 13 (3): 432-433
Mao, Stalin and the Korean War: Trilateral Communist Relations in the 1950s
vol. 13 (3): 433-434
Battleground Africa: Cold War in the Congo, 1960–1965
vol. 13 (3): 435-436
Ethnicity, Nationalism and the European Cold War
vol. 13 (3): 436-437
Europe and the collapse of Yugoslavia: The Role of Non-State Actors and European Diplomacy
vol. 13 (3): 437-438

Volume 13 (2)

Radio Wars: Broadcasting in the Cold War
vol. 13 (2): 145-152
‘A hideously difficult country’: British propaganda to France in the early Cold War
vol. 13 (2): 153-169
Did the RAI buy it? The role and limits of American broadcasting in Italy in the Cold War
vol. 13 (2): 171-191
Voices, letters, and literature through the Iron Curtain: exiles and the (trans)mission of radio in the Cold War
vol. 13 (2): 193-219
Cold War radio and the Hungarian Uprising, 1956
vol. 13 (2): 221-238
Captive audience? GDR radio in the mirror of listeners' mail
vol. 13 (2): 239-254