Atlantisch Perspectief 2019 nr. 6

Special Edition: Thirty Years after the End of The Cold War

In dit nummer:

 

• New Cold War or Unfinished Post-Cold War Settlement?

• 1989 - Thirty years later

• Individuals, Institutions, and Ideas. (Post) Cold War European Cooperation and Security

• Topdiplomaat Lambert Veenendaal: ooggetuige van het einde van een tijdperk

• Symbolic Power: Berlin through the Movie Camera Lens

• Column Dieuwertje Kuijpers: Hersendood

• Mikhail Gorbachev's 1989

• The Cold War in the Middle East: then and now

• Een Koude Oorlog in foto's

 

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New Cold War or Unfinished Post-Cold War Settlement?         

Did the Fall of the Berlin Wall herald the ‘End of History’ or a ‘New Cold War’? In her introduction Laurien Crump argues that neither was the case. 

 

1989 – Thirty years later

The democratic revolutions of 1989 are a crucial turning point in European history. Looking back on those expectations thirty years hence, Federico Romero argues that that moment was far less portentous and prophetic than people assumed at the time.

 

Individuals, Institutions, and Ideas. (Post) Cold War European Cooperation and Security

German unification is often approached through the perspective of a limited number of state leaders. Unveiling newly available primary sources, Marina Pérez de Arcos revises that narrative.

 

Topdiplomaat Bert Veenendaal

Interview met een ooggetuige van het einde van een tijdperk .   

 

Symbolic Power. Berlin through the Movie Camera Lens      
Over a period of 70 years, Berlin featured in a remarkable number of movies. How has Berlin been seen through and used by the movie camera lens, and what does this tell us about the city’s significance as a historical ‘cypher’ for interpreting Germany in the twentieth century.

 

Mikhail Gorbachev’s 1989
The year 1989 stands out in retrospect as the most hopeful moment in the life of a

generation. But what did this year mean to one of its chief architects, the Soviet leader

Mikhail Gorbachev, and what role did he play in these events?

 

The Cold War in the Middle East. Then and now

According to Lorena De Vita the Cold War did not end in Berlin, but continued in the

Persian Gulf instead. She shows how the bipolar rivalry between the United States and the

Soviet Union played out in the region and resonates up to the present day.

 

Een Koude Oorlog in foto’s
Sommige foto’s staan in ons collectieve geheugen gegrift. Rutger van der Hoeven neemt

iconische foto’s onder de loep. Zo bewijst hij de macht van beelden. Zowel van voor, als

tijdens en na de Koude Oorlog

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