Cold War History articles

Volume 12 (4)

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
Paulo Freire and the Cold War politics of literacy
vol. 12 (3): 562-563
Cuba y Estados Unidos, 1933–1959: del compromiso nacionalista al conflicto
vol. 12 (3): 563-565
A distant front in the Cold War: the USSR in West Africa and the Congo, 1956–1964
vol. 12 (3): 565-567
Who killed Hammarskjöld? The UN, the Cold War and white supremacy in Africa
vol. 12 (3): 567-568
The end of the Cold War in the Third World: new perspectives on regional conflict
vol. 12 (3): 568-569

Volume 12 (2)

Things fall apart: South Africa and the collapse of the Portuguese Empire, 1973–74
vol. 12 (2): 183-204
‘We are virtually at war with Russia’: Britain and the Cold War in East Asia, 1923–40
vol. 12 (2): 205-225
Prelude to war? The repatriation of Koreans from the Chinese PLA, 1949–50
vol. 12 (2): 227-244
Ambassador Clare Boothe Luce and the evolution of psychological warfare in Italy
vol. 12 (2): 269-294
Saddam Hussein, the United States, and the invasion of Iran: was there a green light?
vol. 12 (2): 319-343
Human rights and the Cold War: the campaign to halt the Argentine ‘dirty war’
vol. 12 (2): 345-365
Explaining America's lost war
vol. 12 (2): 367-368
Vietnam declassified: the CIA and counterinsurgency
vol. 12 (2): 368-369
The rebellion of Ronald Reagan
vol. 12 (2): 369-371
A fiery peace in a Cold War: Bernard Schriever and the ultimate weapon
vol. 12 (2): 371-373
The dead hand: Reagan, Gorbachev and the untold story of the Cold War arms race
vol. 12 (2): 373-374
The global 1989: continuity and change in world politics
vol. 12 (2): 374-375
Stalinist terror in Eastern Europe: elite purges and mass repression
vol. 12 (2): 376-377
Allende's Chile and the inter-American Cold War
vol. 12 (2): 377-378
Erratum: The ‘crush’ of ideologies: The United States, the Arab world, and Cold War modernisation
vol. 12 (2): 379-0

Volume 12 (1)

Do all paths lead to Moscow? The NATO dual-track decision and the peace movement – a critique
vol. 12 (1): 1-24
‘The most serious problem’? Canada–US relations and Cuba, 1962
vol. 12 (1): 69-88
The great betrayal: Russian memories of the ‘great friendship’
vol. 12 (1): 159-169
Leaders at war: how presidents shape military interventions
vol. 12 (1): 171-172
The Bay of Pigs
vol. 12 (1): 172-173