Jack F. Matlock Jr.

Jack F. Matlock Jr. is Rubenstein Fellow at Duke. He is the ­author of Autopsy on an Empire, Reagan and Gorbachev: How the Cold War Ended, and Superpower Illusions. Between 1987 and 1991 he was US ­Ambassador to the Soviet Union. (June 2016)

The Nowhere Nation

The Nowhere Nation

Ukrainian independence has not only produced dilemmas of statehood for that country, but also attracted an unprecedented degree of attention from scholars eager to study the transition from communism to something else.

Ukraine and Russia: A Fraternal Rivalry

by Anatol Lieven

The Ukrainian Resurgence

by Bohdan Nahaylo

Collaboration in the Holocaust: Crimes of the Local Police in Belorussia and Ukraine, 1941-44

by Martin Dean

State and Institution Buildingin Ukraine

edited by Taras Kuzio and Robert S. Kravchuk and Paul D'Anieri

Economic Interdependence in Ukrainian-Russian Relations

by Paul J. D'Anieri

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February 24, 2000 issue

Russia’s Leaking Nukes

One Point Safe: A True Story

by Andrew Cockburn and Leslie Cockburn

Avoiding Nuclear Anarchy: Containing the Threat of Loose Russian Nuclear Weapons and Fissile Material

by Graham T. Allison and Owen R. Coté Jr. and Richard A. Falkenrath and Steven E. Miller

The Peacemaker

a film directed by Mimi Leder

February 5, 1998 issue

Success Story

Success Story

The Wars of Eduard Shevardnadze

by Carolyn M. Ekedahl and Melvin A. Goodman

My Years with Gorbachev and Shevardnadze: The Memoir of a Soviet Interpreter

by Pavel Palazchenko

September 25, 1997 issue

The Go-Between

In Confidence: Moscow's Ambassador to America's Six Cold War Presidents

by Anatoly Dobrynin

February 1, 1996 issue

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