In this Issue
The end of the Cold War has released a flood of new archival materials and memoirs both in the former Communist world and in Western countries. Declassified documentation and first-hand accounts have enabled scholars to gain a much better understanding of some of the key events of the past century. Journal of Cold War Studies is the first peer-reviewed journal to feature research based on these new sources.
published byThe MIT Press
viewing issueVolume 7, Number 1, Winter 2005
Table of Contents
- Editor's Note
- pp. 1-2
- The Marshall Plan as Tragedy
- pp. 135-140
- The Advent of Neo-Revisionism?
- pp. 141-151
- Was American Diplomacy Really Tragic?
- pp. 159-167
- The Marshall Plan and the Division of Europe
- pp. 168-174
- The Gulf War of 1991 Reconsidered (review)
- pp. 191-193
- Spies Beneath Berlin (review)
- pp. 200-202
- Mao: A Reinterpretation (review)
- pp. 211-213
- p. iv
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