The Hoover Institution and the National Archives of Estonia have signed an agreement of cooperation for digitizing and sharing records pertaining to Estonia. The first project will be Hoover Archives’ acquiring copies of selected groups of records of the NKVD and of its successor, the KGB of the former Estonian SSSR.
Completed forty-eight years ago, his magnum opus appears at last. George H. Nash discusses its insights into our thirty-first president. By Charity Nebbe.
How South Korea might deter its nuclear neighbor without going nuclear itself. By Dimitri Landa.
The Soviet Union has been gone for twenty years, but the people of Russia are only just awakening. By Robert Service.
Amid the ruins of the Great War, an American camera crew filmed a shocking sight. That roll of celluloid has taken a strange trip through history. By Bertrand M. Patenaude.
Russians challenge the “deeply cynical caste” that has long ruled them. By Robert Conquest.
Mark Harrison, a research fellow at Hoover and economic historian and specialist in Soviet affairs, was named one of the winners of the National Award for Applied Economics 2012. The prize was awarded to Mark Harrison and Andrei Markevich for their work titled, "The First World War, Civil War and Reconstruction: Russia's national income 1913-1928,” published in the Journal of Economic History in 2011.