Cold War History

(The median citation count of Cold War History is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
Which borders have not yet been crossed? A supplement to Gilbert Joseph’s historiographical balance of the Latin American Cold War8
Waging the Cold War: the origins and launch of Western cooperation to absorb migrants from Eastern Europe, 1948–576
A global problem in a divided world: climate change research during the late Cold War, 1972–19916
Nuclear twins: French-South African strategic cooperation (1964–79)5
Lost in translation or transformation? The impact of American aid on the Turkish military, 1947–605
The continuing challenge of border crossing: a response to Marcelo Casals’ commentary4
From Bonn with love: West German interests in the 1975 nuclear agreement with Brazil4
Intelligence, warning, and policy: the Johnson administration and the 1968 Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia.3
Unfit for purpose: reassessing the development and deployment of French nuclear weapons (1956–1974)3
Normalisation of nuclear accidents after the Cold War2
Experiencing the Cold War at Shanghai’s secret military industrial complex2
Nuclear reach: uranium prospection and the global ambitions of the French nuclear programme, 1945–652
Not one inch: America, Russia and the making of post-Cold War stalemate2
‘Despite the special bonds that tie us’: Portugal, Brazil, and the South Atlantic in the late Cold War2
Operation Refugee: the Congo Crisis and the end of humanitarian imperialism in Southern Rhodesia, 19602
Pre-enacting the next war: the visual culture of Danish civil defence in the early nuclear age1
West Germany and Israel: foreign relations, domestic politics, and the Cold War, 1965–19741
The Tunisian request: Saharan fallout, US assistance and the making of the International Atomic Energy Agency1
‘Foreign armies are functioning on Asian soil’: India, Indonesian decolonisation and the onset of the Cold War (1945–1949)1
Migration in the time of revolution: China, Indonesia and the Cold War1
The war in Ukraine1
Project Europe: a history1
Projecting Poseidon’s Trident: America’s East Asia and the shifting contours of 1950s post-war naval policy1
Security empire: the secret police in communist Eastern Europe1
Europe and China in the Cold War: exchanges beyond the bloc logic and the Sino-Soviet split1
From close call to close contacts: transsystemic techno-diplomacy and cooperation in the civilian uses of nuclear power, 1963–791
Latin America and the Global Cold War1
The New Latin American Left in a polarised Cold War: The story of Vivian Trías1
Itineraries of expertise: science, technology and the environment in Latin America’s Long Cold War1
Unknown page of history: the dispatch of Chinese workers to the USSR (1954–1957)1
The politics of peace: a global Cold War History1
Burn after reading: Operation Focus and the fictional Nemzeti Ellenzéki Mozgalom in the lead-up to the 1956 Hungarian Uprising1
Research Note: Mayibuye Archives and the Cold War in Southern Africa1
Global development: a Cold War history1
Collapse: the fall of the Soviet UnionVladislav M. Zubok, Collapse: the fall of the Soviet Union (New Haven: Yale University, 2021), x1
A Cold War endgame or an opportunity missed? Analysing the Soviet collapse Thirty years later1
Peripheral nerve: health and medicine in Cold War Latin America1
Winner of the Saki Ruth Dockrill Memorial Prize ‘The Unity of Europe is inevitable’: Poland and the European Economic Community in the 1970s1
The IMF as a ‘mantle of multilateral anonymity’: US-IMF-Brazil relations, 1956–91
Dragon in the Golden Triangle: military operations of the people’s liberation army in Northern Burma, 1960–19611
From convergence to divergence: Mozambique’s failed campaign to join the CMEA and the reconfiguration of East-South relations0
Mobilizing Black Germany: Afro-German women and the making of a transnational movement0
The African Student Movement in the Soviet Union during the 1960s: Pan-Africanism and Communism in the Shadow of Nation-States0
Early Cold War intelligence paper mills: the case of the Association of Hungarian Veterans0
Revolutionary State-Making in Dar es Salaam: African liberation and the global Cold War, 1961–19740
Supping with a long spoon in the Indian Ocean: the negotiation of the 1972 Agreement on Economic and Technical Cooperation between Mauritius and the People’s Republic of China0
A través del Telón de Acero: Historia de las relaciones políticas entre España y la RDA (1973–1990)Xavier María Ramos Diez-Astrain, A través del Telón de Acero: Histor0
Koreagate Revisited: ROK Government Lobbying on the Human Rights Issue0
French Nuclear Strategy: The Making of a ‘Consensus’ (1972–1988)0
Taking Third World Solidarity with a Pinch of Salt: Socialist Poland’s policies towards 1960s Mali0
A twentieth-century crusade: the Vatican’s battle to remake Christian EuropeGiuliana Chamedes, A twentieth-century crusade: the Vatican’s battle to remake Christian Eu0
Cigar socialism: an entangled history of Yugoslav-Cuban relations0
The Limits of Partnership: China, the United States, and the Middle East Peace Process, 1977-820
Welcome to Santiago. Commercial aviation relations between Chile and the socialist countries, 1970–19730
Cuban memory wars: retrospective politics in revolution and exile0
‘A question of survival’: Canada and the Rapacki Plan for the denuclearisation of Central Europe, 1957–590
The West and the birth of Bangladesh: foreign policy in the face of mass atrocity0
Warsaw and the Fedayeen: Wars in the Middle East, Secret Arms Deals and Polish Relations with the Palestine Liberation Organisation, 1967-19760
The CIA and creole anticommunism in Cold War Ecuador0
‘To win the confidence of these curiously twisted and disoriented people’: the Ford Foundation’s Free Russia Fund, George F. Kennan and refugees from the Soviet Union0
Stalin: passage to revolution0
Stories from the international communist movement: the Chinese front in Europe and the limits of the anti-revisionist struggle0
Refugee Camps as Spaces of the Global Cold War: Cold War activism and humanitarian action within refugee camps in Honduras during the 1980s0
Negotiating Armageddon: civil defence in NATO and Denmark 1949-590
Finding Nguyen Van Thieu: the value of multinational, multi-archival research0
Human Rights and the Status of Children as Victims in the Late Cold War0
Resistance International: Soviet dissidents, US conservatives, and Cold War ‘anti-communist internationalism’, 1983-930
The Chinese advisory groups in the first Indochina War: their formation, evolution, and disbandment0
The first generation of Cuban students in the 1960s Soviet Union: shaping a revolutionary ‘culture of militancy’0
In search of Islamic legitimacy: the USSR, the Afghan communists and the Muslim world0
Bargaining for humanitarian aid across the Iron Curtain: Western relief workers in Romania in the late 1970s0
Building the population bomb0
Research Notes: A new section of Cold War History0
The consequences of the Cold War for the ANC0
Poland 1945: war and peace0
NATO and the Strategic Defense Initiative: a transatlantic history of the Star Wars programme0
The Last Revolution: The Sandinista Insurrection and the Inter-American Cold WarGerardo Sánchez Nateras, The Last Revolution: The Sandinista Insurrection and the Inter0
Interior's Proper Place: response to Tyler Priest0
In the eyes of the beholder: American and Thai perceptions of the highland minority during the Cold War0
Pax transatlantica: America and Europe in the post-Cold War era0
Political fallout: nuclear weapons testing and the making of a global environmental crisisToshihiro Higuchi, Political fallout: nuclear weapons testing and the making 0
Art versus politics: Polish-Dutch international cultural relationships at the outset of the Cold War (1947–50)0
Havel: unfinished revolution0
A brief encounter: North Korea in the Eurocurrency market, 1973–800
Civil aviation and the globalization of the Cold War0
A Brief History of Cold War Liberalism0
Decolonization, self-determination, and the rise of global human rights politics0
Research Notes Special Collection: the Cold War in Southern Africa0
The triumph of broken promises: the end of the Cold War and the rise of NeoliberalismFritz Bartel, The triumph of broken promises: the end of the Cold War and the rise0
Diasporic Cold Warriors: Nationalist China, Anticommunism, and the Philippine Chinese, 1930s–1970sKung, Chien-Wen, Diasporic Cold Warriors: Nationalist China, Anticomm0
The CMEA and China during the 1950s: Scientific-Technical Cooperation in the Socialist World0
What it takes to recognise a new government? India’s diplomatic recognition and understanding of Castro’s Cuba0
Il ‘lodo Moro’: terrorismo e ragion di stato, 1969–1986 [The ‘lodo Moro’: terrorism and reason of state, 1969–1986]0
Research Note: the Nordic Africa Institute (NAI) Pamphlet Collection0
South Africa and end of the Cold War0
No Risk (Reduction), No Reward: Re-examining the 1973 US-Soviet Agreement on the Prevention of Nuclear War0
Selling White Australia: the Asian visits fund and assimilation as a foundational concept in Australian Cold War public diplomacy0
‘Something that apparently troubles the Cubans significantly’: Jimmy Carter’s attempt to pressure Cuba ‘out of Africa’ through the Non-Aligned Movement, 1977-780
Piecing Together a Fragmentary History: African Soldiers from Decolonization to the Post-Cold War World0
An alternative decolonisation: the Republic of China in the 1947 Asian Relations Conference0
Revolutionaries for the right: anticommunist internationalism and paramilitary warfare in the Cold War0
Pakistan’s pathway to the bomb. Ambition, politics, and rivalries0
The twilight struggle: what the Cold War teaches us about Great Power rivalry today0
Ripe for revolution: building socialism in the Third WorldJeremy Friedman, ed., Ripe for revolution: building socialism in the Third World 0
Inspectors for peace: a history of the International Atomic Energy Agency0
Cold war exiles and the CIA: plotting to free Russia0
The human factor: Gorbachev, Reagan and Thatcher, and the end of the Cold War0
‘The country is full of wishful thinkers’: Britain’s Information Research Department and its post-war propaganda operations in Japan, 1948–700
Cold War Liberation. The Soviet Union and the Collapse of the Portuguese Empire in Africa, 1961-1975Natalia Telepneva, Cold War Liberation. The Soviet Union and the Co0
Soviet Aid and the Mongolian Economy: The Global South in CMEA, 1962-19910
Resurgence of the Cold War state of mind: the debate on constitutional tolerance of socialism vis-à-vis the emerging left in Turkey (1967–1971)0
After empire?: Cold War scholarship on Mao’s China0
‘China marching with India’: India’s Cold War advocacy for the People’s Republic of China at the United Nations, 1949–19710
Magyar-kínai kapcsolatok 1949–19890
Perils, promises and perspectives: nuclear weapons, atomic energy and the International Confederation of Free Trade Unions in the early Cold War0
Reconnecting across the Iron Curtain: Hamburg’s Policy of the Elbe0
Refugee transport and the Cold War: the Intergovernmental Committee for European Migration (ICEM) and the Hungarian refugees of 19560
Soviet judgment at Nuremberg: a new history of the international military tribunal after World War II0
Rethinking the security issue in the China-Burma territorial dispute0
Round Table: The end of the Cold War and the end of apartheid, April 19940
Response to the article ‘Unfit for purpose: reassessing the development and deployment of French nuclear weapons (1956–74)’ by Mongin and Vaïsse0
Ploughshares and swords: India’s nuclear program in the global Cold War0
Rostislav Ulianovskii, the Tudeh Party of Iran and Soviet attempts to set Iran on a non-capitalist path of development (1979–83)0
Balkan Cyberia: Cold War Computing, Bulgarian Modernization, and the Information Age behind the Iron CurtainVictor Petrov, Balkan Cyberia: Cold War Computing, Bulgaria0
The last good neighbor: Mexico in the global sixties0
Development through dispossession: coffee as mutual aid between Vietnam and East Germany0
Response to the article ‘Unfit for purpose: reassessing the development and deployment of French nuclear weapons (1956–74)’ by Pelopidas and Philippe0
Une armée de diplomates: Les militaires américains et la France, 1944–19670
The global interior: mineral frontiers and American power0
Margaret Thatcher, British public opinion and German reunification, 1989–900
Helmut Schmidt and British–German relations: a European misunderstanding0
Two Endings: semi-historiographical musings0
The end of the cold war in Southern Africa: the fall of the nuclear wall0
The Story of Laura. Eastern Bloc Surveillance of Spain in the Late Cold War (1967-1990)0
Research Notes: Negotiating South African ministerial archives (Defence & Foreign Affairs)0
Professors and Students in the Cultural Cold War: The Case of Ethiopia *0
‘To Defend the Nicaraguan Revolution is to defend Mexico’: Mexican solidarity with the Sandinista Revolution, 1974-820
“Poor Devils”: German Contributions to American Flood Relief and the Early Cold War0
Freedom on the offensive: human rights, democracy promotion, and US interventionism in the late Cold WarWilliam Michael Schmidli, Freedom on the offensive: human right0
Word war during Patrick Hurley’s 1944 mission to China0
From Imperialists to Pacifists: American Quakers and US-China Relations in the Cold War0
African Students in East Germany, 1949–19750
Poland and European East-West Cooperation in the 1970s: the opening upAleksandra Komornicka, Poland and European East-West Cooperation in the 1970s: the opening up0
The emergence of global Maoism: China’s red evangelism and the Cambodian communist movement, 1949-1979Matthew Galway, The emergence of global Maoism: China’s red evang0
Retconning the history of covert operations: spy comics at the end of the Cold War0
Comrades at enmity: Pyongyang-Hanoi split after the fall of Saigon0
A Comparative Perspective on South Africa’s End of the Cold War0
Hungary’s Cold War: international relations from the end of World War II to the fall of the Soviet Union0
Human rights and the Jimmy Carter administration’s policy towards Poland, 1977–800
Internationalism, Cooperation and Personal Entanglements between Cuba, the German Democratic Republic, and Angola in the Socialist World0
‘To defend the peace of Asia’: the Chinese Peace Committee and visions of Asian history, 1949–600
Forging the Indian Steel Industry: How Soviet Designs Won the Day0
Yugoslavia and political assassinations: the history and legacy of Tito’s campaign against the émigrés0
Supplied cash and arms but losing anyway: Chinese support of the Lumumbist insurgencies in the Congo Crisis (1959–65)0
Shaka Zulu in the Polish People’s Republic (PRL): exploring South African-Polish links in the late Cold War0
‘Nuclear power is not just economics’: atomic energy and economic development in the Karachi Nuclear Power Plant Project (Kanupp), 1955–19650
Smooth Transition? Dismantling and Accommodating Colonial Rule in Late 1940s South China0
Afghan Crucible: the Soviet invasion and the making of modern AfghanistanElizabeth Leake, Afghan Crucible: the Soviet invasion and the making of modern Afghanistan0
‘Tangled times’: Central American refugee perspectives on the long Cold War*0
Research note: the Cuban Missile Crisis and a war of words in Argentina0
Protestant missionaries and humanitarianism in the DRC: the politics of aid in Cold War Africa0
Teaching anticommunism: Fred Schwarz and American postwar conservatismHubert Villeneuve, Teaching anticommunism: Fred Schwarz and American postwar conservatism 0
‘We have to tread warily’: East Pakistan, India and the pitfalls of foreign intervention in the Cold War0
The Central African-Iberian Crossroads: Equatorial Guinea and Spain in US Policy during the 1970s0
Between containment and rollback: the United States and the Cold War in Germany0
The gathering storm: Eduardo Frei’s Revolution in Liberty and Chile’s Cold War0
The rock star and the dictator: Udo Lindenberg’s East German celebrity diplomacy0
Beyond the Arc of Crisis: Jimmy Carter and the Arab ‘Radicals,’ 1978–790
Breaking down bipolarity: Yugoslavia’s foreign relations during the Cold War0
All part of the same struggle: Berlin’s role in German-US relations during the Lyndon Johnson presidency0
Call for Submissions: Conversations on Cold War History0
Pirates and imperialists: Taiwan and the United States in the Polish communist press, 1953-19550
‘An alien ideology’: Cold War perceptions of the Irish Republican Left0
The Atlantic realists: empire and international thought between Germany and the United StatesMatthew Specter, The Atlantic realists: empire and international thought b0
‘Inexpensive to us and yet very valuable to the impoverished Albanian people’: Covert Foreign Aid and the Anglo-American Subversion of Albania, 1951-550
‘Better to be a chicken’s head than an ox’s tail’: Japanese envoy diplomacy in the mediation of Konfrontasi (1965)0
Catholics on the barricades: Poland, France and the ‘Revolution’, 1891–19560