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Mastny, Vojtech

MASTNY, Vojtech

MASTNY, Vojtech. American (born Czech Republic), b. 1936. Genres: History, International relations/Current affairs, Politics/Government, Military/ Defense/Arms control. Career: California State College, Long Beach, assistant professor of history, 1967-68; Columbia University, NYC, assistant professor of history, 1968-74, acting director, Institute of East Central Europe, 1970-71; University of Illinois, Urbana, professor of history, 1974-80; Johns Hopkins School of Advanced Intl Studies, Washington, DC, visiting professor of Soviet studies, 1977-82; U.S. Naval War College, Newport, RI, professor of strategy, 1982-83; Boston University, professor of intl relations, 1983-90; Johns Hopkins School of Advanced Intl Studies Bologna Center, professor of international relations, 1990-95; Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan, Slavic Research Center, fellow, 1995-96; Woodrow Wilson Intl Center for Scholars, Washington, DC, fellow and senior research scholar, 1996-; National Security Archive, senior fellow, and coordinator, Parallel History Project on NATO and the Warsaw pact, 1999-. Publications: The Czechs under Nazi Rule, 1971; Russia's Road to the Cold War, 1979; Helsinki, Human Rights, and European Security, 1986; The Helsinki Process and the Reintegration of Europe, 1986-1991, 1992; The Cold War and Soviet Insecurity: The Stalin Years, 1996. EDITOR: Disarmament and Nuclear Tests, 1971; East European Dissent, 1972; Czechoslovakia: Crisis in World Communism, 1972; Power and Policy in Transition, 1984; Soviet-East European Survey, 5 vols., 1985-88; (with J. Zielonka) Human Rights and Security, 1991; Italy and East Central Europe, 1995; (with R.C. Nation) Turkey between East and West, 1996. Address: Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, One Woodrow Wilson Plaza, 1300 Pennsylvania Ave, NW, Washington, DC 20004-3027, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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