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  1. Key Bibliography 14 items
    In the main, these texts are not referenced in the readings: it is expected that they will be the FIRST THINGS you check in preparation for presentations, essays, etc.
    1. The Cold War's Killing Fields: Rethinking the Long Peace - Paul Thomas Chamberlin 2018

      Book Suggested for Student Purchase

    2. The Cold War: A World History - Odd Arne Westad 2017

      Book Suggested for Student Purchase

    3. The Cambridge History of the Cold War - Melvyn P. Leffler, Odd Arne Westad 2010

      Book Essential

    4. The Cambridge History of the Cold War - Melvyn P. Leffler, Odd Arne Westad 2010 (electronic book)

      Book Essential

    5. The Cold War: A Very Short Introduction - Robert J McMahon 2003

      Book Essential

    6. The Cold War: A Very Short Introduction - Robert J. McMahon 2003 (electronic book)

      Book Essential

    7. Origins of the Cold War, 1941-1949 - Martin McCauley 2008

      Book Essential

    8. The Origins of the Cold War, 1941-1949 - Martin McCauley 2008 (electronic book)

      Book Essential

    9. The Cold War - John Lewis Gaddis 2006

      Book Essential

  2. 01 1945: The Turning Point 12 items
    1. Volume 1: 8 items
      1. Britain and the Cold War, 1945–1955 - Anne Deighton 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      2. The Cambridge History of the Cold War - Melvyn P. Leffler, Odd Arne Westad 2010 (electronic book)

        Book Recommended

    2. Volume 2: 4 items
      1. Grand Strategies in the Cold War - John Gaddis 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      2. Identity and the Cold War - Robert Jervis 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      3. Identity and the Cold War - Robert Jervis 2010

        Chapter Recommended

  3. 02 The Truman Doctrine, The Marshall Plan and the Soviet Response 14 items
    1. Volume 1: 14 items
      1. Nuclear Weapons and the Escalation of the Cold War - David Holloway 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      2. The Soviet Union and the World, 1944–1953 - Vladimir Pechatnov 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      3. The Division of Germany, 1945–1949 - Hans-Peter Schwarz 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      4. The Division of Germany, 1945–1949 - Hans-Peter Schwarz 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      5. The Marshall Plan and the Creation of the West - William Hitchcock 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      6. The Sovietization of Eastern Europe, 1944–1953 - Norman Naimark 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      7. The Cold War in the Balkans, 1945–1956 - Svetozar Rajak 2010

        Chapter Recommended

  4. 03 The Early Cold War 1949-53 6 items
    1. Volume 1: 6 items
      1. Japan, the United States, and the Cold War, 1945–1960 - Sayuri Guthrie-Shimizu 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      2. The Korean War - William Stueck 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      3. The Korean War - William Stueck 2010

        Chapter Recommended

  5. 04 To the Brink 1953-62 36 items
    1. Volume 1: 16 items
      1. Soviet Foreign Policy, 1953–1962 - Vojtech Mastny 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      2. East Central Europe, 1953–1956 - Csaba Békés 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      3. Culture and the Cold War in Europe - Jessica Gienow-Hecht 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      4. Culture and the Cold War in Europe - Jessica Gienow-Hecht 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      5. Oil, Resources, and the Cold War, 1945–1962 - David Painter 2010

        Chapter Recommended

    2. Volume 2: 18 items
      1. Cuba and the Cold War, 1959–1980 - Piero Gleijeses 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      2. The Cuban Missile Crisis - James Hershberg 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      3. The Cuban Missile Crisis - James Hershberg 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      4. US Foreign Policy From Kennedy to Johnson - Frank Costigliola 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      5. Soviet Foreign Policy, 1962–1975 - Svetlana Savranskaya, William Taubman 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      6. Soviet Foreign Policy, 1962–1975 - Svetlana Savranskaya, William Taubman 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      7. The Sino-Soviet Split - Piero Gleijeses 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      8. The Sino-Soviet Split - Piero Gleijeses 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      9. The Structure of Great Power Politics, 1963–1975 - Marc Trachtenberg 2010

        Chapter Recommended

    3. Volume 3: 2 items
      1. Japan and the Cold War, 1960–1991 - Michael Schaller 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      2. The Cambridge History of the Cold War - Melvyn P. Leffler, Odd Arne Westad 2010 (electronic book)

        Book Recommended

  6. 05 … and Back 1963-69 16 items
    1. Volume 2: 16 items
      1. Economic Aspects of the Cold War, 1962–1975 - Richard Cooper 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      2. The Cambridge History of the Cold War - Melvyn P. Leffler, Odd Arne Westad 2010 (electronic book)

        Book Recommended

      3. Economic Aspects of the Cold War, 1962–1975 - Richard Cooper 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      4. Nuclear Competition in an Era of Stalemate, 1963–1975 - David Rosenberg, William Burr 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      5. France, "Gaullism," and the Cold War - Frédéric Bozo 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      6. European Integration and the Cold War - N. Ludlow 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      7. Détente in Europe, 1962–1975 - Jussi Hanhimäki 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      8. Détente in Europe, 1962–1975 - Jussi Hanhimäki 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      9. Eastern Europe: Stalinism to Solidarity - Anthony Kemp-Welch 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      10. The Cold War in the Third World, 1963–1975 - Michael Latham 2010

        Chapter Recommended

  7. 07 Détente 1969-75 14 items
    1. Volume 2: 8 items
      1. Détente in the Nixon–Ford years, 1969–1976 - Robert Schulzinger 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      2. Intelligence in the Cold War - Christopher Andrew 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      3. Intelligence in the Cold War - Christopher Andrew 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      4. Reading, Viewing, and Tuning in to the Cold War - Nicholas Cull 2010

        Chapter Recommended

    2. Volume 3: 6 items
      1. The World Economy and the Cold War, 1970–1990 - Giovanni Arrighi 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      2. The Rise and Fall of Eurocommunism - Silvio Pons 2010

        Chapter Recommended

  8. 08 The Second Cold War 1975-86 16 items
    1. Volume 3: 16 items
      1. The Cold War and Jimmy Carter - Nancy Mitchell 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      2. The Cold War and Jimmy Carter - Nancy Mitchell 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      3. The Collapse of Superpower Détente, 1975–1980 - Olav Njølstad 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      4. China and the Cold War After Mao - Chen Jian 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      5. The Cold War in Central America, 1975–1991 - John Coatsworth 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      6. The Cold War and Human Rights - Rosemary Foot 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      7. The Cold War and Human Rights - Rosemary Foot 2010

        Chapter Recommended

  9. 09 The Collapse of the USSR and the End of the Cold War 12 items
    1. Volume 3: 12 items
      1. US Foreign Policy Under Reagan and Bush - Beth Fischer 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      2. The East European Revolutions of 1989 - Jacques Lévesque 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      3. The Unification of Germany, 1985–1991 - Helga Haftendorn 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      4. The Collapse of the Soviet Union, 1990–1991 - Alex Pravda 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      5. Consumer Capitalism and the End of the Cold War - Emily Rosenberg 2010

        Chapter Essential

  10. 10 the Aftermath: Nuclear Proliferation and Disarmament in the 1990s 2 items
    1. The Biosphere and the Cold War - J. R. Mcneill 2010

      Chapter Recommended

    2. The Biosphere and the Cold War - J. R. Mcneill 2010

      Chapter Recommended

  11. 11 the Cold War in Perspective: A ‘Peace That Was No Peace’? 10 items
    1. Volume 3: 10 items
      1. Science, Technology, and the Cold War - David Reynolds 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      2. Transnational Organizations and the Cold War - Matthew Evangelista 2010

        Chapter Recommended

  12. Seminar Reading: 0 items
  13. Seminar 2 Trinity and the origins of the Cold War 14 items
    1. Marshall, Truman, and the Decision to Drop the Bomb - Gar Alperovitz, Robert L. Messer, Barton J. Bernstein 1991

      Article Recommended

    2. Nuclear Fission: Reaction to the Discovery in 1939 - Lawrence Badash, Elizabeth Hodes, Adolph Tiddens 1986

      Article Recommended

  14. Seminar 3 Berlin: The First Cold War Front Line 16 items
    1. The Berlin Blockade Revisited - Daniel F. Harrington 1984

      Article Recommended

    2. Korea and Berlin: A Hypothesis - Charles Dobbs 1985

      Article Recommended

    3. The Economics of Density: Evidence From the Berlin Wall - Gabriel M. Ahlfeldt, Stephen J. Redding, Daniel M. Sturm, Nikolaus Wolf 2015

      Article Recommended

    4. Berlin 1961: The Record Corrected - Raymond L. Garthoff 1991

      Article Recommended

    5. The Fall of the Berlin Wall in History - Tzvetan Todorov, John Anzalone 2009

      Article Recommended

    6. Berlin: One Year of the Wall - Robert Spencer 11962

      Article Recommended

  15. Seminar 4 China and Korea 1949-53 28 items
    1. The Status of Communist China - Quincy Wright 1957

      Article Recommended

    2. China in the World Revolution - Robert C. North, John H. Paasche 1949

      Article Recommended

    3. Communist China and the West - C. R. Hiscocks 1954

      Article Recommended

    4. Attitudes Toward the Korean War - Edward A. Suchman, Rose K. Goldsen, Robin M. Williams, Jr. 1953

      Article Recommended

    5. The Korean War - Geoffrey Warner 1980

      Article Recommended

  16. Seminar 5 Cuba and the Missiles of October 39 items
    1. The U.S. and Cuba - Martin J Sherwin, Peter Winn 1978

      Article Recommended

    2. Cuba and the Soviet Union - Richard R. Fagen 1978

      Article Recommended

    3. Operation Northwoods:  - Tracy C. Davis 2006

      Article Recommended

    4. Washington and Havana - Pamela S. Falk 1988

      Article Recommended

    5. Fidel Castro's Challenge: Ten Years On - Gordon Connell-Smith 1969

      Article Recommended

    6. Deterrence and the Cold War - Richard Ned Lebow, Janice Gross Stein 1995

      Article Recommended

  17. Reading Week 0 items
    No suggested reading
  18. Seminar 7 the Moon Is a Harsh Mistress 7 items
  19. Seminar 8 SALT and the Anti-ABM Treaty 21 items
    1. Is There Life after Death for SALT? - Lloyd N. Cutler, Roger C. Molander 1981

      Article Recommended

    2. Can SDI Provide a Defense? - Jerome Slater, David Goldfischer 1986

      Article Recommended

    3. The Race to Control Nuclear Arms - Paul Doty, Albert Carnesale, Michael Nacht 1976

      Article Recommended

    4. The Determinants of Nuclear Force Structure - Erik Gartzke, Jeffrey M. Kaplow, Rupal N. Mehta 2014

      Article Recommended

    5. The Folly of Arms Control - Jonathan Schell 2000

      Article Recommended

    6. Proliferation Pessimism and Emerging Nuclear Powers - Peter D. Feaver, Scott D. Sagan, David J. Karl 1997

      Article Recommended

    7. The End of MAD? The Nuclear Dimension of U.S. Primacy - Keir A. Lieber, Daryl G. Press 2006

      Article Recommended

  20. Seminar 9 Afghanistan and the Olympics 12 items
    1. Afghan Ghosts: American Myths - Jonathan Steele 2010

      Article Recommended

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