About the Journal of Cold War Studies
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"Politics, Power, and U.S. Policy in Iran, 1950-1953" (Volume 1, Issue 1) by Francis Gavin
"Mobilizing Europe's Stateless: America's Plan for a Cold War Army" (Volume 1, Issue 2) by James Jay Carafano.
"Eisenhower and the Berlin Problem, 1953-1954" (Volume 2, Issue 1) by David Coleman.
"Sino-Soviet Relations and the Origins of the Korean War: Stalin's Strategic Goals in the Far East" (Volume 2, Issue 2) by Shen Zhihua.
"Stalin, Togliatti, and the Origins of the Cold War in Europe" (Volume 3, Issue 2) by Silvio Pons
"The Politics of Cold War Culture" (Volume 3, Issue 3) by Tony Shaw
"From Anti-Westernism to Anti-Semitism" (Volume 4, Issue 1) by Konstantin Azadovskii and Boris Egorov
"Litvinov's Lost Peace, 1941-1946" (Volume 4, Issue 2) by Geoffrey Roberts
"The Prelude to Nationwide Surveillance in East Germany: Stasi Operations and Threat Perceptions, 1945-1953" (Volume 5, Issue 2) by Gary Bruce
"Official Policies and Covert Programs: The U.S. State Department, the CIA, and the Tibetan Resistance"(Volume 5, Issue 3) by John Kenneth Knaus
"The Nixon Administration, the "Horror Strategy," and the Search for Limited Nuclear Options, 1969-1972" (Volume 7, Issue 3) by William Burr
"Reenacting the Story of Tantalus": Eisenhower, Dulles, and the Failed Rhetoric of Liberation" (Volume 7, Issue 4) by Chris Tudda
"A Fusion Bomb over Andalucía: U.S. Information Policy and the 1966 Palomares Incident" (Volume 8, Issue 1) by David Stiles
"The Tibetan Rebellion of 1959 and China's Changing Relations with India and the Soviet Union" (Volume 8, Issue 3) by Chen Jian
"China's Elite Politics and Sino-American Rapprochement, January 1969–February 1972" (Volume 8, Issue 4) by Yafeng Xia
"Malaya, 1948: Britain's Asian Cold War?" (Volume 9, Issue 1) by Philip Deery
"A Most Special Relationship: The Origins of Anglo-America Nuclear Strike Planning"(Volume 9, Issue 2) by Ken Young
“Pearl Harbor in Reverse” Moral Analogies in the Cuban Missile Crisis (Volume 9, Issue 3), by Dominic Tierney
The Journal is edited by Mark Kramer, Harvard University, and published by The MIT Press for the Harvard Project on Cold War Studies.