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Journal of Cold War Studies

Vol. 1 (1999) through current 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 by: The MIT Press

Volume 17, 2015

Volume 16, 2014

Volume 15, 2013

Volume 14, 2012

Volume 13, 2011

Volume 12, 2010

Volume 11, 2009

Volume 10, 2008

Volume 9, 2007

Volume 8, 2006

Volume 7, 2005

Volume 6, 2004

Volume 5, 2003

Volume 4, 2002

Volume 3, 2001

Volume 2, 2000

Volume 1, 1999


E-ISSN: 1531-3298
Print ISSN: 1520-3972

Editorial Board

Volume 17, Number 2, Spring 2015

Editor

Mark Kramer, Harvard University

Managing Editor

Tristan Knight, Harvard University

Editorial Board

Hannes Adomeit, Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (Berlin)

Csaba Békés, Cold War History Research Center (Budapest)

Archie Brown, Oxford University

Eliot A. Cohen, Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University

Jorge I. Dominguez, Harvard University

Lawrence Freedman, King’s College, University of London

John Lewis Gaddis, Yale University

Charles Gati, Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University

Leonid Gibianskii, Institute of Slavic Studies (Moscow)

James G. Hershberg, George Washington University

David Holloway, Stanford University

Robert L. Jervis, Columbia University

Donald Kagan, Yale University

Ethan B. Kapstein, Arizona State University and U.S. Institute of Peace

Stephen Kotkin, Princeton University

Erik Kulavig, University of Odense (Denmark)

Carol Skalnik Leff, University of Illinois-Urbana

Roderick MacFarquhar, Harvard University

Charles Maier, Harvard University

Andrew Moravcsik, Princeton University

John Mueller, Ohio State University

Norman M. Naimark, Stanford University

Christian Ostermann, Cold War International History Project

Andrzej Paczkowski, Institute of Political Studies (Warsaw)

Silvio Pons, Gramsci Foundation, University of Rome

János Rainer, Institute for Study of the 1956 Revolution (Budapest)

Robert Ross, Boston College

Paul Schroeder, University of Illinois-Urbana

Angela Stent, Georgetown University

Vladimir Tismaneanu, University of Maryland-College Park

Marc Trachtenberg, University of California, Los Angeles

Oldřich Tůma, Institute of Contemporary History (Prague)

Stephen Van Evera, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Stephen M. Walt, Harvard University

Natalia Yegorova, Institute of Universal History (Moscow)

William Zimmerman, University of Michigan

Elena Zubkova, Institute of Russian History (Moscow)

Volume 17, Number 1, Winter 2015

Editor

Mark Kramer, Harvard University

Managing Editor

Tristan Knight, Harvard University

Editorial Board

Hannes Adomeit, Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (Berlin)

Csaba Békés, Cold War History Research Center (Budapest)

Archie Brown, Oxford University

Eliot A. Cohen, Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University

Jorge I. Dominguez, Harvard University

Lawrence Freedman, King’s College, University of London

John Lewis Gaddis, Yale University

Charles Gati, Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University

Leonid Gibianskii, Institute of Slavic Studies (Moscow)

James G. Hershberg, George Washington University

David Holloway, Stanford University

Robert L. Jervis, Columbia University

Donald Kagan, Yale University

Ethan B. Kapstein, Arizona State University and U.S. Institute of Peace

Stephen Kotkin, Princeton University

Erik Kulavig, University of Odense (Denmark)

Carol Skalnik Leff, University of Illinois-Urbana

Roderick MacFarquhar, Harvard University

Charles Maier, Harvard University

Andrew Moravcsik, Princeton University

John Mueller, Ohio State University

Norman M. Naimark, Stanford University

Christian Ostermann, Cold War International History Project

Andrzej Paczkowski, Institute of Political Studies (Warsaw)

Silvio Pons, Gramsci Foundation, University of Rome

János Rainer, Institute for Study of the 1956 Revolution (Budapest)

Robert Ross, Boston College

Paul Schroeder, University of Illinois-Urbana

Angela Stent, Georgetown University

Vladimir Tismaneanu, University of Maryland-College Park

Marc Trachtenberg, University of California, Los Angeles

Oldrˇich Tu°ma, Institute of Contemporary History (Prague)

Stephen Van Evera, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Stephen M. Walt, Harvard University

Natalia Yegorova, Institute of Universal History (Moscow)

William Zimmerman, University of Michigan

Elena Zubkova, Institute of Russian History (Moscow)

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