Lessons of Understanding during the Cold War
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Lessons of Understanding during the Cold War
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S207987840001742-5-1
DOI
10.18254/S0001742-5-1
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The article is dedicated to the 30-years story of Dartmouth Peace Conferences — the important instrument of bridge building during the Cold war. One analyses the role of the intellectual elite — diplomats, scientists and other leading public figures — participants of this meetings between the East and the West. The author traces the evolution of conferences’ schedule and its reflection of the international situation in the world. In the end he comes to the conclusion that the cultural dialogue is an integral part of effective diplomacy both during the Cold War years and in the post-Cold War world.
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the Dartmouth conferences, James Voorhees, diplomatic history, cultural diplomacy, Evgeniy Primakov, Georgiy Arbatov, David Rockefeller
Received
04.12.2016
Publication date
31.01.2017
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