Cold War History articles

Volume 13 (1)

The Thatcher government's response to the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, 1979–1980
vol. 13 (1): 21-42
The Cold War and British debates over the boycott of the 1980 Moscow Olympics
vol. 13 (1): 43-66
Out-of-area: NATO perceptions of the Third World, 1957–1967
vol. 13 (1): 67-88
Local conflicts in a transnational war: the Katangese gendarmes and the Shaba wars of 1977–78
vol. 13 (1): 89-108
Peripheral visions: American mainline Protestants and the global Cold War
vol. 13 (1): 109-130
Mental maps in the early Cold War era, 1945-1968
vol. 13 (1): 131-132
Russia's Cold War: From the October Revolution to the Fall of the Wall
vol. 13 (1): 132-133
Latin America's Cold War
vol. 13 (1): 133-134
The Spiritual-Industrial Complex: America's Religious Battle Against Communism in the Early Cold War
vol. 13 (1): 134-135
The Right Kind of Revolution: Modernization, Development, and U.S. Foreign Policy from the Cold War to the Present
vol. 13 (1): 136-137
Foreign Relations of the United States, 1969-1976, Vol. XXVIII: Southern Africa
vol. 13 (1): 137-138
Brent Scowcroft: Internationalism and Post-Vietnam War American Foreign Policy
vol. 13 (1): 139-140
Human Rights, Perestroika and the End of the Cold War
vol. 13 (1): 140-141
Andreas Papandreou: The Making of a Greek Democrat and Political Maverick
vol. 13 (1): 141-142
A Europe Made of Money: The Emergence of the European Monetary System
vol. 13 (1): 142-144

Volume 12 (4)

Editorial Board
vol. 12 (4): 0-0
Note
vol. 12 (4): 571-0
‘Whose rights are human rights?’ The ambiguous emergence of human rights and the demise of Kissingerism
vol. 12 (4): 573-593
Schönau and the Eagles of the Palestinian Revolution: refugees, guerillas, and human rights in the global 1970s
vol. 12 (4): 595-614
Italy and the end of communism in Albania, 1989–1991
vol. 12 (4): 615-635
A nominal defence? NATO threat perception and responses in the Balkan area, 1951–1967
vol. 12 (4): 637-657
Brazil's Cold War in the Southern Cone, 1970–1975
vol. 12 (4): 659-681
The rise and fall of the ‘Soviet Model of Development’ in West Africa, 1957–64
vol. 12 (4): 683-704
Storia della guerra fredda: l'ultimo conflitto per l'Europa
vol. 12 (4): 705-706
Dean Acheson and the creation of an American world order
vol. 12 (4): 706-707
America, the UN and decolonization: Cold War conflict in the Congo
vol. 12 (4): 708-709
The US embassy and the collapse of democracy in Greece, 1966–1969: the testimony of a diplomat
vol. 12 (4): 709-710
Nixon, Kissinger, and U.S. foreign policy making: the machinery of crisis
vol. 12 (4): 710-711
Stalin and the Turkish crisis of the Cold War, 1945–1953
vol. 12 (4): 711-713
Solidarity with Solidarity: Western European trade unions and the Polish crisis, 1980–1982
vol. 12 (4): 713-715

Volume 12 (3)

“A mass psychosis”: The Netherlands and NATO's dual-track decision, 1978–1979
vol. 12 (3): 381-405
Diplomacy as counter-revolution? The ‘moderate states’, the Fedayeen and State Department initiatives towards the Arab-Israeli conflict, 1969–1970
vol. 12 (3): 407-428
Lost crusader? Chester L. Cooper and the Vietnam War, 1963–68
vol. 12 (3): 429-449
The Hungarian revolution and the origins of China's Great Leap policies, 1956–57
vol. 12 (3): 451-472
Controlling man-made malaria: Corporate modernisation and the Arabian American Oil Company's malaria control program in Saudi Arabia, 1947–1956
vol. 12 (3): 473-494
A border region ‘exuded with militant friendship’: Provincial narratives of China's participation in the First Indochina War, 1949–1954
vol. 12 (3): 495-514
The perils of building Cold War consensus at the 1957 Moscow World Festival of Youth and Students
vol. 12 (3): 515-535
Peaceful coexistence at all costs: Cold War exchanges between Britain and the Soviet Union in 1956
vol. 12 (3): 537-558
The shock of the global: the 1970s in perspective
vol. 12 (3): 559-560
Faith and war: how Christians debated the Cold and Vietnam Wars
vol. 12 (3): 560-562