The CWAR Institute is convened by Dr. Victoria Phillips (London School of Economics), Dr. Christian Ostermann (Wilson Center), Dr. Charles Kraus (Wilson Center), Mr. Nick Cohen, and Dr. Csaba Bekes (Corvinus University of Budapest).
The 12th Annual Cold War History Research Center International Student Conference at Corvinus University of Budapest will be held on May 31 - June 1, 2022.
Please find the program here.
The Bibliography of New Cold War History. Fifth, enlarged edition.
The Chronology of the Soviet Bloc, Part 1. 1945-1952. Second, enlarged edition
Documentary Evidence on the Hungarian Mediation Efforts between the US and the Democratic Republic of Vietnam 1965-1967 Volume VI. PostMediation Events Part Three January 1967 September 1967
The Cold War Research Center at Corvinus University of Budapest (www.coldwar.hu) has been designated as a Gold Standard Internship Host by the University of Oxford Internship Programme. The Center was selected for the award based on the successful cooperation with Oxford University since 2017, hosting annually 3-5 research interns for two months, funded by various contributors in the framework of the Programme.
We are informing you that the 11th Annual Cold War History Research Center International Student Conference will be held on June 1-2, 2021 starting each day at 10 AM (CET).
The conference will take place on a Microsoft Teams platform, and before it begins, we will send you the link of the Teams event via your registered email. Should you know of other colleagues or students who would like to follow the conference, please send their email address to the following address: email@example.com
For the audience: we kindly ask you to keep your microphones muted and your camera turned off during presentations, to avoid any interruption. If you will have any questions regarding the presentations, you may ask your questions by writing a comment in the chat or by raising your hand on the Microsoft Teams platform. Questions and comments may occur only at the end of each panel, after the presentations, when there will be time for discussion.
The conference will be recorded and uploaded shortly to the Facebook page of the Cold War History Research Center, and also to our YouTube Channel.
A View from Brussels. Secret NATO Reports about the East European Transition, 1988-1991
Students on the Cold War
The Bibliography of New Cold War History. Second, enlarged edition
The Chronology of the Soviet Bloc, Part 3. 1969-1980. Second, enlarged edition
The Chronology of the Soviet Bloc, Part 4. 1981-1987. Second, enlarged edition
Documentary Evidence on the Hungarian Mediation Efforts between the US and the Democratic Republic of Vietnam (1965-1967), Volume II. December, 1965-January, 1966
Documentary Evidence on the Hungarian Mediation Efforts between the US and the Democratic Republic of Vietnam (1965-1967), Volume III. January-February, 1966
The Warsaw Pact and the Helsinki Process, 1965-1970
Hungary and the Prague Spring
Cold War, Detente and the Soviet Bloc. The evolution of intra-bloc foreign policy coordination, 1953-1975
Detente and the Soviet Bloc, 1975-1991
The Long Detente and the Soviet Bloc, 1953-1983
Students on the Cold War. Conference volume
The Chronology of the Soviet Bloc, Part 4. 1981-1987
The Chronology of the Soviet Bloc, Part 5. 1988-1991
Bibliography of New Cold War History
French diplomatic documents on the 1956 Hungarian Revolution
Documentary Evidence on the Hungarian Mediation Efforts between the US and the Democratic Republic of Vietnam (1965-1967), Volume I. 1965
Three Sections You Can Find in Facebook:
- On This Day During the Cold War
- Recent Publications on the Cold War
- Oral History (Personal Chronicles)
Through its social media initiative, the Cold War History Research Center aims to connect people in a relatable, accessible way to the Cold War past. Its Facebook page reaches out with a wide variety of projects and approaches to learning about the Cold War, and is compiled through many perspectives of Cold War histories. "On this day" posts remind us of the recent past, bringing it back to the present. They provide a brief, informative narrative of one historical day and moment, helping to keep the vast and complex history of the Cold War more reachable. As the collaborative effort of a number of people and perspectives who come through the Center, the oral histories frequent on the page are researched and written by our multinational interns. Drawing from the Cold War experiences of people's friends and family, these posts recall a focus on human impact that is essential to historical study. "Insight" posts To keep up with the evolving scholarship on the Cold War and to provide the latest to the public, we provide links to and brief descriptions of new Cold War material. We also post the most recent news in the field of Cold War History.