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7-9 December 2012: International Conference: Contemporary approaches to Cold War and Post-Cold War Balkans: main themes, open questions, unresolved debates

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7-9 December 2012: International Conference: Contemporary approaches to Cold War and Post-Cold War Balkans: main themes, open questions, unresolved debates

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International Conference: Contemporary approaches to Cold War and Post-Cold War Balkans: main themes, open questions, unresolved debates, Belgrade
 
International Conference: Contemporary approaches to Cold War and Post-Cold War Balkans: main themes, open questions, unresolved debates, Belgrade
 
International Conference: Contemporary approaches to Cold War and Post-Cold War Balkans: main themes, open questions, unresolved debates, Belgrade
 
International Conference: Contemporary approaches to Cold War and Post-Cold War Balkans: main themes, open questions, unresolved debates, Belgrade
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The CDRSEE kicked off the new Joint History Project in Belgrade on December 7 to 9, with an international gathering of the top academics that have taken a vested interest in the new history workbooks that will cover the post-World War II period and the 1990s in the Balkans. The international conference entitled “Contemporary approaches to Cold War and Post-Cold War Balkans: main themes, open questions, unresolved debates” added new perspectives to paving the way for addressing sensitive historical issues in the new JHP series.

It was an enlightening and motivating event for the JHP’s History Education Committee and about the 30 high-profile experts from around the world whom we would like to thank for their contribution to the new JHP volumes. Take your time, read and comment on the experts’ contributions on our message board.

 

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