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Cold War 2.0: trauma and nostalgia

Do you remember the Cold War? Do you remember its thirteen most dangerous days when the world was dramatically close to a nuclear confrontation between the United States and the Soviet Union over the latter's missiles in Cuba? Do you…

Pair of cold war dramas

TWO plays that were due to be performed at Henley before the coronavirus pandemic have become topical since they were postponed. Tales from Star City and The Letter of Last Resort focus on different elements of the Cold War, the…

Second Cold War – The Statesman

Jthree successive incidents in five months the end of World War II the sudden disappearance of the United States President Franklin Roosevelt in April 1945, hardcore surrender from Germany to the Soviet Unionin May of that year and…

Best Cold War Movies, Ranked

War movies are some of the industry's most beloved films. Since Revelation now for Dunkirk, there is no shortage of war films accessible to the greatest number. While many films have been criticized for their lack of precision, to like…

The cold war intensifies

(Left to right) Italian Deputy Foreign Minister Marina Sereni, German Federal Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development Svenja Schulze, Philippine Foreign Minister Teodoro L Locsin Jr, German Foreign Minister Annalena…

AUKUS- Are we entering a new cold war?

The most prominent constructivist, Alexander Wendt, claimed that “British 500 nuclear weapons are less threatening to the United States than North Korea's five nuclear weapons” (1995). The affirmation confirms the power of the relationship…