Filter by Tags

Tags

  • End of the Cold War

22 results

Established in April 2016, the Black Sea Institute (BSI) is an independent research center dedicated to the analysis of European, Russian and Chinese affairs in the Black Sea region.

The Cold War Studies Project (CWSP) maintains LSE IDEAS as the leading centre in Europe for advanced study and research the Cold War. We focus on:

The Aleksanteri Institute functions as a national centre of research, study and expertise pertaining to Russia and Eastern Europe, particularly in the social sciences and humanities.

The Prussian Palaces and Gardens along the river Havel were for 28 years a border region between the two German states. The exhibition "Gardeners don't fight wars: Prussia's Arcadia behind barbed wire" is open through 13 November 2016 in the Sacrow manor house. By Bettina Greiner.

 

The Political Archive is the memory of the German Foreign Service.

The Cold War was a global conflict and Cold War scholars are among the most international of academic communities - research on this time period is a collaborative effort of scholars from all over the world. This seven-part series is a cooperation of the Berlin Center for Cold War Studies and the Military History Portal. The interviews were conducted by Dr. Christoph Nübel (Humboldt University of Berlin) and Dr. Klaas Voß (Hamburg Institute for Social Research). This week: Dr. phil. Frank Reichherzer, Research Fellow at the Center for Military History and the Social Sciences of the German Army (ZMSBw) − Potsdam, Germany. (In German).

The Institute for Contemporary History (Ústav pro soudobé dějiny AV ČR - USD) is one of the research establishments of the Czech Academy of Sciences.

The core mission of the George Washington Cold War Group (GWCW) is to promote innovative research and teaching about the Cold War.

The Cold War was a global conflict and Cold War scholars are among the most international of academic communities - research on this time period is a collaborative effort of scholars from all over the world. This seven-part series is a cooperation of the Berlin Center for Cold War Studies and the Military History Portal. The interviews were conducted by Dr. Christoph Nübel (Humboldt University of Berlin) and Dr. Klaas Voß (Hamburg Institute for Social Research). This week: Prof. Dr. Hermann Wentker, Director of Research at the Institute for Contemporary History Munich – Berlin (Berlin, Germany). (In German)

The purpose of the University of Helsinki's Network for European Studies (NES), which was founded in 2002, is to promote and coordinate the study of European issues within all faculties and discipl

No translation currently available

The History Department at the University of Exeter is at the forefront of many areas of historical research.

The History Department of the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies teaches and researches the contemporary world through its layered histories and from a multiplicity of pers

No translation currently available

If we consider contemporary history to be the prehistory of the present day, inquiring into the end of the Cold War must take into account not only Europe and North America but to a greater extent Asia, because this is where processes began that have deeply influenced today's global (dis-)order and continue to do so. By Hermann Wentker.

Hans Dietrich Genscher was a great communicator and networker. The policy of de-escalation with the states of the Warsaw Pact that he called thoroughly "realistic" became his passion. With it he helped significantly to defuse the Cold War – as Agnes Bresselau von Bressensdorf concludes.

While in Britain and Denmark the legacies of the Cold War have since been registered as part of the culture of remembrance and in some cases protected as memorials, in Germany the sensitivity for this chapter of recent history is still lacking. The disinterest of the federal, regional and municipal governments is primarily an expression of the historical amnesia abounding since the 1990s. By Ulrich Mählert.

In mid-March, 1985, the youngest member of the Soviet Politburo, Mikhail Gorbachev, was elected General Secretary. In retrospect this date seems to us like one of the turning points in the history of the Cold War. Yet, how did contemporaries view Gorbachev? Historian Ilse Dorothee Pautsch, head of the team editing the foreign policy records of the German Federal Republic, consults newly declassified records for an answer.

As part of their progress report, the Berlin Center for Cold War Studies officially debuted two of its projects:  A new webpage, which includes the Cold War Portal, and the exhibit, "The Cold War: Causes – History – Impact," co-sponsored with the Federal Foundation for the Study of the Communist Dictatorship in Eastern Germany. A report (in German).

Our joint exhibition with the Federal Foundation for the Study of the Communist Dictatorship in Eastern Germany titled "The Cold War. Causes - History - Consequences" will be available to public schools, universities, cultural or political institutions and the interested public starting in March 2016. With more than 160 historical photos and documents as well as QR codes linking to additional visual material, the exhibition provides a rich and impressive panorama of the Cold War as a determinant of global politics in the 20th century.

The Berliner Kolleg Kalter Krieg | Berlin Center for Cold War Studies is a joint project of the Institute of Contemporary Hist

The main aim of the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for the research on consequences of war (BIK) is to carry out and promote interdisciplinary research on the effects and consequences of wars and confl

Search by Tags

Able Archer Disarmament Deterrence Afghanistan Africa Albert Wohlstetter History of Everyday Life Everyday Culture American Sector Fear Antarctica Labor Argentina Asia Nuclear Energy Atoms for Peace Uprising of 1953 Expatriation Foreign Office (Germany) Foreign Policy Balkanregion Liberation Movements Belgium Berlin Airlift Berlin Wall Berlin Crisis Occupying Forces Education Nonaligned Countries Bosnia and Herzegovina Brazil Federal Office for Constitutional Protection Federal Border Police Bundesheer (Austrian Armed Forces) Federal Intelligence Service Federal Republic of Germany (FRG) Bundestag Bundeswehr (Federal Armed Forces) Bunker Civil Rights Movement Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Checkpoint Charlie China Sino-Soviet Split Counter Intelligence Corps (CIC) Cultural Diplomacy GDR Border Forces De Facto States Defense Intellectuals Declassification Decolonization Democracy Democratic People's Republic of Korea memorial Deportation German Democratic Republic (GDR) German Division Digital Age Dictatorship Diplomacy Dissidents Third Way Denmark Containment El Salvador Emigration End of the Cold War Detente Development Policy Legacies memory Ernst Reuter Eurocommunism Europe European Integration Exile Feindbilder Television (TV) Fidel Castro Film Finance Finland Fishery Escape Refugees Photography France Women's Organizations Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Peace Movement Peace Research Peace Operations Peaceful Coexistence Peaceful Revolution Fulda Gap Gamal Abdel Nasser Memorialization Prisons Counterculture Intelligence Services Gender Gerhard Schröder Society Division of Berlin Theory of Violence Summit Diplomacy Global Cold War Global South Globalization Border Fortification Borders Border War Border Traffic Border Crossing Point Great Britain Grand Strategy Group of Soviet Forces in Germany (GSSD) Guatemala Günter Anders Harbor Haji Mohamed Suharto [Soeharto] Hallstein Doctrine Hans-Dietrich Genscher Heinrich von Brentano Helsinki Committee Henry Kissinger Historiography Ideology Ideology Transfer Imagination Empires India Indira Gandhi Intellectuals intelligence studies International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) International Organizations Interventions Iraq Iran-Contra Affair Iran-Iraq War Islam Israel Italy Japan Yasser Arafat John F. Kennedy Jonas Savimbi Josip Broz Tito Journal of Cold War Studies Youth Organizations Julius Nyerere Jewish Diaspora Canada Caribbean Kazakhstan Barracked People's Police Katyn Caucasus Kyrgyzstan Committee for State Security (KGB) Communism Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe (CSCE) Konrad Adenauer Consumption Korean War Images of War Prisoners of War War Graves martial law Crises Cuba Cuban Missile Crisis Culture Cultural Cold War cultural history Cultural Revolution Cultural Transfer Fine Art Camps Agriculture Latin America Latvia Libya Lithuania Literature literary history Lucius D. Clay Aviation Aerial Warfare Luxembourg Maneuver Marienfelde Navy Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMDs) Media Medicine Human Rights history of mentalities Mikhail Gorbachev Migration Militaria Military Military Counterintelligence Service Military Cultures State Security Service Mediterrenean Region Mobilization Mobutu Sese Seko Fashion Modernization Mongolia Music Middle East Nation-Building National Identities National People's Army (NVA) National Intelligence Estimates Nationalism National Security Agency (NSA) National Socialism NATO Double-Track Decision Neoliberalism Neutrality Nguyen Van Thieu Nicaragua Netherlands Nikita S. Khrushchev Northern Europe Norodom Sihanouk North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Norway Nuclear Strategies Nuclear Weapons Nuclear Weapons Testing Operation Plans Opposition Gehlen Organization Eastern Europe East Central Europa Ostpolitik Baltic Sea Pakistan Peace Building Peru Philippines Poland Politics Political Justice Pol Pot Prague Spring Presidential Directives Propaganda Public Diplomacy Public History Radio Free Europe Freedom of Travel Religion Republic Korea Revolutions Roberta Wohlstetter Ronald Reagan Red Army Royal Air Force (RAF) Rumänien Russia Armament arms control Saddam Hussein Samizdat Shipping Smuggling Air-raid Shelter Black Sea Bay of Pigs Switzerland Security Policy sino-soviet border Scandinavia Soft Power Solidarity Soviet Occupied Zone Soviet Military Administration in Germany (SMAD) Soviet Military Tribunals (SMT) Soviet Union Social Movements Socialism Socialist Unity Party of Germany (SED) Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SFRY) Welfare State Spain Espionage Counterintelligence Sports urban history Proxy Wars Strategic Air Command Armed Forces Subversion Sukarno [Soekarno] System Rivalry South Africa South Asia South East Asia Southeastern Europe Tajikistan Taiwan Technology Transfer Terrorism Tourism Transatlantic Relations Transformation Tranformation Processes Transnational Relations Transnational Networks Czech Republic Czechoslovakia (ČSSR) Tunnel Turkey Ukraine Environment Environmental Movement Independence Hungary Hungarian Revolution 1956 United States Air Force (USAF) United States of America (USA) Underground Uzbekistan Covert Operations Veterans Vietnam Vietnam War Visual History Václav Havel Walter Scheel Warsaw Pact Washington Wehrmacht Belarus Outer Space Western Europe Arms Race Reunification Vienna Summit Willy Brandt Winston Churchill Knowledge Science Academic Exchange Yadegar Asisi Censorship Central Asian Republics Central Asia Civil-Military Relations Civil Defense Forced Labor Displacements Joint Interrogation Center (JIC) World War II Economy Austria Surveillance