Category Archives: Cold War

Aug 2 2013

A Series on the Dahrendorf Symposium 2013

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To kick off the series, Dahrendorf Academic Co-Directors Arne Westad and Helmut K. Anheier outline some of the main issues surrounding this year’s topic.   As part of the Dahrendorf Symposium, being held on 14-15 November in Berlin, EUROPP will be … Continue reading

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Mar 7 2013

Italy Failed the Test

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By Dr. Giulia Bentivoglio, Visiting Fellow at LSE IDEAS.   The Italian elections of 24-25 February 2013, gave Italians their first chance to vote after the ill-fated experiment of Mario Monti’s “technocratic government”. These elections were a test in many … Continue reading

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Mar 3 2010

Understanding the End of the Cold War

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By Dr Nicholas Kitchen The end of the Cold War is arguably the most important event to hit the discipline of international relations since the first chair in the subject was created at Aberystwyth in 1919. Academics in the field … Continue reading

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