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Norman Stone discusses ‘The Atlantic and Its Enemies’ and why the Soviets' demise was not inevitable.
Some pretended to be married so they could blend in as the couple next door while working as spies.
Obama declared he and Russian President Dmitry Medvedev have "succeeded in resetting" the relationship.
Carbon 14 from Cold War–era nuclear bomb tests allowed researchers to track cell birth.
Two former nuclear scientists make the case that a spy took nuclear secrets to the Soviet Union.
Polish Col. Ryszard Kuklinski passed thousands of pages of Soviet military documents to the West.
The Kremlin is less inclined to make nice, though the economic downturn may crimp Moscow's ambitions.
A wall that was built to keep people in was torn down to do the same—19 years ago this week.
Even old Ike had his moments of remarkable rhetoric.
John McCain looks back wistfully, and skips nearly 20 years of history.