Table of contents of the issue 1/2021, January-March
Thirty Years after the Collapse. Does the «Short Century» still make Sense?
Economic Estimates by the CIA and the Unpredictable End of the USSR
From the Global Shock to the Continental Union: Recent Trends in the Historiography on Europe and European Cooperation
Rethinking 1989: the Collapse of the Soviet Empire, the Birth of the New Europe, and its Limits
On the Borderland. Regions, Minorities, and Transnational Relations in Ukraine, 1989-1991
Jacques Delors and Europe: towards the Politicization of Economic Issues (1985-1995)?
A Social Europe with a Greener Perspective: The Evolution of the Delors Commission around 1989
European Trade Unions from the Single European Act to Maastricht: 1985-1992
Social Democracy and Capitalism: from Capital-Labour Parity to Re-commodification
1989 as a Watershed in European Labour History? A Reflection Between Historiography and Social Sciences
«The Cold War is now behind us and we must take this into Account.» The Italian Christian Democratic Party and the Building of a New International Order after the Collapse of the Berlin Wall
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