Europe, Cold War and Coexistence, 1953-1965

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Pact, based at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich (Switzerland) and the National Security Archive in Washington.

Gottfried Niedhart is Professor of Modern History at the University of Mannheim (Germany). He has published on English and German history, and on the history of international relations.

Torsten Oppelland is Privatdozent at the Department of Political Science of the University of Jena (Germany). Main fields of research: history of political parties in Germany, German foreign policy, influence of political parties on foreign policy.

Silvio Pons teaches East European History at Rome University 'Tor Vergata' (Rome II). He is the Director of the Gramsci Institute Foundation, Rome. He is the author of Stalin and the Inevitable War 1936-41 (2002).

Marie-Pierre Rey is Professor at the University of Paris I Pantheon Sorbonne and Director of the Centre de Recherches pour l'Histoire des Slaves. She has published many articles related to the foreign policy of Russia and the Soviet Union.

Klaus Schwabe is Professor Emeritus of contemporary history at the University of Technology at Aachen (Germany). He has published on German history, European Integration history and the history of the Cold War.

Georges-Henri Soutou is Professor of Contemporary History at the University Paris IV. He is the author of La guerre de cinquante ans: Le conflit est-ouest 1943-1990 (2001).

Maurice Vaïsse is Professor of International Relations at the Institut d'études politiques de Paris and is the editor of the French Diplomatic Documents for the Sixties.

Antonio Varsori is full Professor of History of International Relations and Jean Monnet Chair Professor of History of European Integration at the Faculty of Political Sciences of the University of Florence (Italy). He is also in charge of the Jean Monnet European University Pool. He published extensively on issues such as: the early Cold War, the European Integration process, Italy's foreign policy, Britain's postwar foreign policy.

Irwin Wall is Professor Emeritus at the University of California, Riverside, and Visiting Scholar and Adjunct Professor at New York University. He is the author of many books and articles on French history and politics.

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