Bibliographic update January 2016: All

Cold War History

Corrigendum
vol. 15 (3): iii-iii
Atoms, apartheid, and the agency: South Africa's relations with the IAEA, 1957–1995
vol. 15 (3): 395-416
The nuclear nation and the German question: an American reactor in West Berlin
vol. 15 (3): 301-319
‘No protection against the H-bomb’: press and popular reactions to the Coventry civil defence controversy, 1954
vol. 15 (3): 277-300
The origins of the Brazilian nuclear programme, 1951–1955
vol. 15 (3): 353-373
Erratum
vol. 15 (3): iv-iv
Callaghan, the British Government and the N-Bomb Controversy
vol. 15 (3): 321-339
Euratom and the IAEA: the problem of self-inspection
vol. 15 (3): 341-352
‘Wean them away from French tutelage’: Franco-Indian nuclear relations and Anglo-American anxieties during the early Cold War, 1948–1952
vol. 15 (3): 375-394
Visions of Freedom: Havana, Washington, Pretoria and the Struggle for Southern Africa, 1976–1991
vol. 15 (3): 421-424
The Ideological Origins of the Dirty War: Fascism, Populism, and Dictatorship in Twentieth Century Argentina
vol. 15 (3): 417-420
Goodbye to All That? The Story of Europe Since 1945
vol. 15 (3): 424-426
Introduction
vol. 15 (3): 273-276
‘Bitterness towards Egypt’ – the Moroccan nationalist movement, revolutionary Cairo and the limits of anti-colonial solidarity
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Plausibly deniable: mercenaries in US covert interventions during the Cold War, 1964–1987
ONLINE EARLY
The post-Stalin Komsomol and the Soviet fight for Third World youth
ONLINE EARLY
‘A great list of potential mistakes’: NATO, Africa, and British efforts to limit the Global Cold War
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Nelson Mandela, the South African Communist Party and the origins of Umkhonto we Sizwe
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Past, present, and future: the role of the Cold War in legitimising Danish foreign policy activism
ONLINE EARLY
World on fire: the politics of napalm in the Global Cold War
ONLINE EARLY
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