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Volume 21, Number 2, Spring 1997

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Edito's Note
pp. 215-215(1)

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New Evidence on Moscow's Cold War: Ambiguity in Search of Theory
pp. 229-242(14)
Author: Wohlforth, William C.

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Some Observations on Using the Soviet Archives
pp. 243-257(15)
Author: Garthoff, Raymond L.

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The Cold War in Stalin's Time: What the New Sources Reveal
pp. 273-281(9)
Author: Tucker, Robert C.

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Stalin's Plans and Russian Archives
pp. 295-305(11)
Author: Zubok, Vladislav

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Arms 'R Us
pp. 317-321(5)
Author: Whitfield, Stephen J.

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Who Benefited? Forty-five Years of U.S.–China Relations
pp. 323-327(5)
Author: Chang, Gordon H.

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