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Where Have All the Soldiers Gone?

While teaching a class on European Integration History, I have come to present the students with European Integration as a historical phenomenon set in a series of contexts – mostly, of course, the Cold War, but also economic, technological, social, … Continue reading

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Post on the New Diplomatic Network…

… about “private diplomats” and a conference in Jyväskylä on the “cultural Cold War”: http://toynbeeprize.org/tinker-tailor-soldier-spy/ Check it.

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Scandinavian Journal of History 2/2012: Britain and the Nordic Countries, 1944-1951

The last issue of the Scandinavian Journal of History came out. I haven’t had time yet to read it in-depth, but it is on the program for this week. This issue comes as an aside to the publication of the … Continue reading

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