Contemporary International History and the Global Cold War
The Contemporary International History and the Global Cold War group discusses research on the Cold War as a global history of the conflict that took place between 1945 and 1990. The research agenda is far broader than diplomatic, military, and intelligence histories of the conflict. This agenda spans across cultural landscapes, transnational history of “border-crossings,” ideological currents and propaganda, economic developments, impact of international finances, exploration of political persecution, refugees, gender-related issues, decolonisation, and more.
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London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)