Category Archives: end of cold war

Dec 20 2011

New meaning for an old relationship: Serbia’s arms deals during Gaddafi’s reign

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By Gjorgji Stamov Abandoned and captured military warehouses and depots in Libya revealed that the now ousted Mohammed Gaddafi kept his arms inventory exceptionally high. It should be no wonder that the civil war in this North African country was … 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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Jun 2 2008

The global 1989?

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By George Lawson As we approach the twentieth anniversary of ‘1989 and all that’, it might be worth ducking for cover. Lest we forget, the year ‘1989’ has become something of a cliché, caught in a sense of its own … Continue reading

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