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France, the USSR, and the End of the Cold War, 1975-1991
Conférence

Du 24 janvier 2014  au 25 janvier 2014
Horaire : 09h30 - 16h00

 

France, the USSR, and the End of the Cold War, 1975-1991

vendredi 24 et samedi 25 janvier 2014

Sorbonne Cold War History Project

International Conference

organized by Universities Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne and Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris III

In partnership with

  • the Gorbachev Foundation (Moscow) and the Institut François Mitterrand (Paris)

France, the USSR, and the End of the Cold War, 1975-1991

January 24-25th, 2014

  • Friday 24th : Salle n°1 - Centre Panthéon - 12, place du Panthéon – Paris 5e
  • Saturday 25th : Salle Bourjac - Sorbonne - 17, rue de la Sorbonne - Paris 5e

Registration required : please email

celine.marange@univ-paris1.fr by January 19.


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PROGRAM

FRIDAY 24 Salle 1, Paris I Panthéon Sorbonne

  • Centre Panthéon
  • Salle 1 (aile Soufflot)
  • 12, place du Panthéon - 75005 Paris

9:15-9:30 Participants arrive

9:30-10:45 CONFERENCE OPENING

  • Frédéric Bozo (Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris III) and Marie-Pierre Rey (Paris I Panthéon Sorbonne), conference organizers
  • Olga Zdravomyslova, Director of the Gorbachev Foundation ; Victor Kuvaldin, Professor, Moscow School of Economics (Moscow State University)

The End of the Cold War in the Light of the Gorbachev Foundation Archives. 2


First session

FRANCO-SOVIET RELATIONS IN THE EUROPEAN CONTEXT

FROM THE HELSINKI CONFERENCE TO THE NEW COLD WAR

Chair : Frédéric Bozo (Professor, Sorbonne Nouvelle - Paris III).

10:45-12:15 Nicolas Badalassi, Associate Professor, Université de Bretagne Sud

Détente and Mésentente. France, the USSR, and the CSCE.

  • Youri Roubinski, Political Counselor to Mikhail Gorbachev, Diplomat
  • François Mitterrand et la désintoxication des relations franco-soviétiques : raisons et limites, 1981-1984.
  • Christian Wenkel, Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, German Historical Institute, Paris.

Franco-Soviet Relations and the German Factor, 1979-1984.

Discussant : Anne de Tinguy, Professor, INALCO ; Senior Researcher, CERI - Sciences Po

General discussion

12:30 -2:00 Lunch (for participants)

  • Centre Panthéon
  • Appartement decanal
  • Escalier (stairs) K – 3rd floor
  • 12, place du Panthéon - 75005 Paris


Second session

FRANCE, THE USSR, AND THE EASTERN COUNTRIES

FROM THE HELSINKI CONFERENCE TO THE NEW COLD WAR

Chair : Marie-Pierre Rey (Professor, Paris I Panthéon Sorbonne).

2:00-3:00

  • Pierre Bouillon, Ph.D., University Paris I - Panthéon-Sorbonne.

The French « Détente » in Eastern Europe : An Effective Way to Undermine the Soviet Empire ?

  • Irina Grigorova, Research Fellow, Institute for Historical Studies, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences.

The Aftermath of the CSCE, France and the Pressure over East-European Countries for Cultural “Ouverture”.

Discussant : Catherine Horel, Senior Researcher, CNRS and University Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne.

General discussion 3


Third session

THE ROLE OF CIVIL SOCIETY IN FRANCO-SOVIET RELATIONS IN THE 1980s :

THE CASE OF PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

Chair : Laurence Badel (Professor, Paris I Panthéon Sorbonne).

3:00-4:00

  • Chantal Kourilsky-Augeven, Sociologist, Professor Emerita of Law

The Role of Legal Professionals in Franco-Soviet Relations in the 1970s and 1980s.

  • Ksenia Tatarchenko, Post-doctoral Fellow, Columbia University

Lions/Marchuk or “Three is not a Crowd” : Transnational Mathematics and Soviet-French Relations during the Cold War.

Discussant : Vladislav Zubok, Professor, London School of Economics.

General Discussion

4:00-4:30 Coffee break


Fourth session

THE ROLE OF CIVIL SOCIETY IN FRANCO-SOVIET RELATIONS IN THE 1980s :

INTELLECTUALS AND PARTIES

Chair : Vladislav Zubok (Professor, London School of Economics)

4:30-5:30

  • Marie-Pierre Rey, Professor, Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne
  • Anatoly Chernyaev and Franco-Soviet Relations : The View of a ‘Zapadnik’ Intellectual ?
  • Céline Marangé, Post-doctoral Fellow, University Paris I

The French Communist Party and the Future of Europe at the End of the Cold War, 1989-1991.

Discussant : Laurence Badel, Professor, Paris I Panthéon Sorbonne.

General Discussion

Dinner (for participants)


SATURDAY 25 : Salle Bourjac, Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris III

  • Sorbonne
  • 17, rue de la Sorbonne
  • 75005 Paris 4


Fifth Session

FRANCE, THE USSR, AND THE GERMAN QUESTION IN THE GORBACHEV ERA

Chair : Pavel Palazhchenko

(Head of the International Department of the Gorbachev Foundation, English conference interpreter for Mikhail Gorbachev and Soviet foreign minister Eduard Shevardnadze from 1985 to 1991)

9:30-11:15

  • Mikhail Narinski, Professor, Chair of the Department of International Relations, Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO)

Gorbatchev, Mitterrand et l’unification allemande : le point de vue soviétique.

  • Frédéric Bozo, Professor, Sorbonne Nouvelle - Paris III

Delusions of Convergence : France, the Soviet Union, and German Unification.

  • Michael Mayer, Assistant Professor, Political Academy, Tutzing

On the Way between the Unacceptable and the Unavoidable : France, the Soviet Union and the Germans, 1989-1990.

  • Thomas Blanton, Director, National Security Archive, Washington, USA.

French-Soviet-American Relations and the End of the Cold War, 1989-1991.

Discussant : Andreï Gratchev, Former Mikhaïl Gorbachev’s Spokesman.

General discussion

11:15-11:45 Coffee break


Sixth session

FROM GORBACHEV’S EUROPEAN HOME TO MITTERRAND’S EUROPEAN CONFEDERATION

Chair : Anne de Tinguy (Professor, INALCO ; Senior Researcher, CERI - Sciences Po)

11:45-13:15

  • Svetlana Savranskaya, Senior Fellow, National Security Archive, Washington

How Gorbachev’s European Home and Mitterrand’s European Confederation made the European Union possible

  • Una Bergmane, Ph.D. candidate, Sciences Po Paris.

France and the Disintegration of the Soviet Union : The Case of the Baltic States, 1989-1991.

  • Amélie Zima, Ph.D. candidate, University Paris Ouest/ISP

Mitterrand’s Confederation : a Central European Point of View

Discussant : Victor Kuvaldin, Professor, Moscow State University.

General Discussion

13:15-13:30 CONCLUDING REMARKS by Marie-Pierre Rey

13:30-15:30 Cocktail (Appartement décanal - Centre Panthéon, stairs K, 3rd floor)


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