Conflict and Cooperation: Documents on modern Global History / Edition 2

Conflict and Cooperation: Documents on modern Global History / Edition 2

by Tracey J. Kinney
     
 

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ISBN-10: 0195431294

ISBN-13: 9780195431292

Pub. Date: 04/12/2010

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

Conflict and Cooperation: Documents on Modern Global History, second edition, is a collection of primary documents for the study of twentieth- and twenty-first-century history. The twentieth century was profoundly shaped by war. We saw, for the first time in human history, the possibility of a war that could destroy all human life on earth. However, this was

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Conflict and Cooperation: Documents on Modern Global History, second edition, is a collection of primary documents for the study of twentieth- and twenty-first-century history. The twentieth century was profoundly shaped by war. We saw, for the first time in human history, the possibility of a war that could destroy all human life on earth. However, this was also the century that witnessed genuine attempts to build cooperative global institutions designed to prevent war, to facilitate international communication, and to improve the human condition. Conflict and cooperation are the defining themes that weave together this collection of primary documents. The readings have been selected with the goal of making twentieth-century history accessible to students for whom these events are increasingly distant. The second edition of Conflict and Cooperation significantly expands the documents presented. Most importantly, the collection now features key documents related to technology and the environment. As well, important documents on Latin America and on the Islamic world have been included. The primary documents allow readers to "witness" essential moments in history through the words of the men and women who participated in and experienced these events.

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ISBN-13:
9780195431292
Publisher:
Oxford University Press, USA
Publication date:
04/12/2010
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
528
Product dimensions:
7.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.90(d)

Table of Contents

Preface

Chapter One: THE WORLD AND THE WEST
The Blessings of British Rule,
Observations on Returning from the West, 1873,
On the Constitution of 1889,
Lecture on Teaching and Learning,
Comprehensive Consideration of the Whole Situation, K
The Awakening of China, W
East and West

Recommended Reading and Web Resources
Recommended Viewing

Chapter Two: Global capitalism and Imperialism
King Leopold's Ghost,
Speech Before the French Chamber of Deputies, 1884,

The Tenets of the New Party

On India,

Imperialism, the Highest Stage of Capitalism, V
The Negro,
Tips for Analysis
Recommended Reading and Web Resources
Recommended Viewing

Chapter three: War and PEACE
The Ypres Salient,
Russian Women in Combat,
The McMahon Letter / The Balfour Declaration,
Press Reports on the Armenian Genocide, T
Fourteen Points Speech,
Advice of the Negro to the Peace Conference, M
The Economic Consequences of the Peace, J
The Idea of the League of Nations,
On the League of Nations, 1919, H
Tips for Analysis
Recommended Reading and Web Resources
Recommended Viewing

CHAPTER FOUR: THE APPEAL OF REVOLUTIONARY CHANGE
The Junius Pamphlet,
The Beginning of the Revolution in Russia,
Khrushchev Remembers, N
Fundamentals of National Reconstruction, S
The Struggle for New China, S
The Victory of Bolshevism,
The Socialist Creed,
October 1927 Speech,
Tips for Analysis
Recommended Reading and Web Resources
Recommended Viewing

Chapter FIVE: THE AUTHORITARIAN ALTERNATIVE
Italy: The Central Problem of the Mediterranean,
Fascist Doctrines.
Probabilities of War in Europe,
Anniversary Statement,
On Opposition and the Socialist Fatherland,
Journey into the Whirlwind,
The Reich Ministry of Popular Enlightenment and Propaganda,
To the National Socialist Frauenbund,
On Kristallnacht,
Getúlio Vargas and the 'Estado Novo'

Recommended Reading and Web Resources
Recommended Viewing

Chapter SIX: Global Depression
With Germany's Unemployed, H
The Road to Wigan Pier,
Inaugural Address of the President, 4 March 1933,
Children on Strike, P
Speech to the Nation

Speech to the House of Commons, 3 October 1938,
Tips for Analysis
Recommended Reading and Web Resources
Recommended Viewing

Chapter SEVEN: Global War and Genocide
Eyewitness Account of the Firestorm in Dresden, M
The Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere

Letters to Wes, M
I Will Bear Witness,
Rejoining the Human Race,
Police Report on the Cleansing of Serbs,
Release on the New Mexico Test,
Tips for Analysis
Recommended Reading and Web Resources
Recommended Viewing

CHAPTER EIGHT: A NEW WORLD ORDER?
The Atlantic Charter,
The Potsdam Proclamation,
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights,
'
ho chi minh
Testimony on the Creation of the State of Israel, A
On Peacekeeping, L
Tips for Analysis
Recommended Reading and Web Resources
Recommended Viewing

Chapter NINE: Origins and Implications of the Cold War
Iron Curtain Speech, W
Response to Churchill, 14 March 1946,
On Communists in Government,
The New Class,
Secret Speech,
Draft Memorandum by G.H. Blakeslee, April 1945,
Memorandum for the President by McNamara, 8 November 1961,
Tips for Analysis
Recommended Reading and Web Resources
Recommended Viewing

Chapter TEN: the re-emergence of asian power
The Foolish Old Man Who Removed the Mountains,
Lihua,
June Four: A Chronicle of the Chinese Democratic Uprising, C
China's Development is an Opportunity for Asia,
Return to the East, K
Big Business in Japanese Politics,
Amid Recession the New Poor Demand Safety Nets,
Tips for Analysis
Recommended Reading and Web Resources
Recommended Viewing

Chapter ELEVEN: the first phase of the anti-colonial struggle
UN Declaration on Colonial Independence,
Speech to the National Assembly, 18 March 1947,
P
The Republic of Guinea,
Debates of the House of Commons, 15 March 1946,

I Speak of Freedom,
The Case for Apartheid, A
My Vision for South Africa

Recommended Reading and Web Resources
Recommended Viewing

CHAPTER TWELVE: TECHNOLOGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT
On the Space Race,
On the Soviet Space Programme,
The Playboy Interview,
A Fable for Tomorrow,
Waves of Compassion,
Nobel Lecture,
Why We Should Go into Space,
Tips for Analysis
Recommended Reading and Web Resources
Recommended Viewing

CHAPTER THIRTEEN: THE CHALLENGE OF NEO-COLONIALISM
Neo-Colonialism: The Last Stage of Imperialism, K
The Collaborating Class in Neo-Colonialism,
Afrocentric Summary of Nkrumah's Major Contributions

Recommended Reading and Web Resources
Recommended Viewing

Chapter FOURteen: paths to modernization
Some Thoughts on Africa,
Congo: My Country,
The Arusha Declaration, J
Inside Tanzania,
Rwanda 1964, T
Uniting against a Common Enemy: 23 October 1971,
Tips for Analysis
Recommended Reading and Web Resources
Recommended Viewing

chapter FIFteen: the middle east in the POSTWAR era
British White Paper,
Resolution 242, 22 November 1967, U
Remarks to President Sadat,
Joint US/Soviet Statement on Peace in the Middle East, September 1977
The Covenant of the Islamic Resistance Movement, 1988, H
Truth and Reconciliation,
Tips for Analysis
Recommended Reading and Web Resources
Recommended Viewing

Chapter SIXteen: Ideological Change
Women Must Learn to Play the Game as Men Do

The Chicago Seven Trial Transcript: Abbie Hoffman
I Have a Dream, M
I
Tips for Analysis
Recommended Reading and Web Resources
Recommended Viewing

Chapter SEVENTEEN: The End of the Cold War and its Aftermath
Two Thousand Words to Workers, Farmers, Scientists, Artists, and Everyone,
Disturbing the Peace,
On the Closing of the 27th Congress of the CPSU,
Rebuilding Russia,
Jihad versus McWorld, B
Old Serbia and Albania: Balkan 'West Bank'; Moldova: 'Conditioned to Hate',
Tips for Analysis
Recommended Reading and Web Resources
Recommended Viewing

CHAPTER EIGHTEEN: State-BUILDING and ITS DISCONTENTS
An Interview with Indira Gandhi, R
Replacing Western Forms with Islamic Law,
The Green Book,
State of the Nation Address, 1994,
We Wish to Inform You That Tomorrow We Will Be Killed With Our Families,
UN Briefing on HIV/AIDS in Africa, S
The Coming Anarchy
Tips for Analysis
Recommended Reading and Web Resources
Recommended Viewing

Chapter NINETEEN: history in the making — into the 21st century
Race, Poverty, and Globalization, S
No Logo,
World Government,
Democracy at Work in Africa,

Blast from the Past,
On the Antiwar Movement,
Speech on American Policy, October 2004,
Speech on the Opening of G-15 Summit, 2004,
Speech at the 43rd Munich Conference on Security Policy, 2007,
Tips for Analysis
Recommended Reading and Web Resources
Recommended Viewing
CHAPTER ONE: THE WORLD AND THE WEST
DADABHAI NAOROJI, The Blessings of British Rule
KIDO KŌIN, Observations on Returning from the West, 1873
ITO HIROBUMI, On the Constitution of 1889
SAYYID JAMAL AL-DIN AL-AFGHANI, Lecture on Teaching and Learning
KANG YOUWEI, Comprehensive Consideration of the Whole Situation
WU TINGFANG, The Awakening of China
RABINDRANATH TAGORE, East and West
Tips for Analysis
Recommended Reading and Web Resources
Recommended Viewing
CHAPTER TWO: GLOBAL CAPITALISM AND IMPERIALISM
ADAM HOCHSCHILD, King Leopold's Ghost
JULES FERRY, Speech Before the French Chamber of Deputies, 1884
EVELYN BARING, EARL OF CROMER, British Rule in Egypt
BAL GANGADHAR TILAK, The Tenets of the New Party
Accounts of the Amritsar (Jallianwala Bagh) Massacre, 1919
WINSTON CHURCHILL, On India
CAIO PRADO JUNIOR, The Coffee Cycle in Brazil
V.I. LENIN, Imperialism, the Highest Stage of Capitalism
W.E.B. DU BOIS, The Negro
Tips for Analysis
Recommended Reading and Web Resources
Recommended Viewing
CHAPTER THREE: WAR AND PEACE
PTE. DONALD FRASER, The Ypres Salient
NOVOE VREMYA, Russian Women in Combat
A. HENRY MCMAHON / ARTHUR JAMES BALFOUR, The McMahon Letter / The Balfour Declaration
THE ARMENIAN NATIONAL INSTITUTE, Press Reports on the Armenian Genocide
WOODROW WILSON, Fourteen Points Speech
MARCUS GARVEY, Advice of the Negro to the Peace Conference
J.M. KEYNES, The Economic Consequences of the Peace
H.G. WELLS, ET AL., The Idea of the League of Nations
HENRY CABOT LODGE, On the League of Nations, 1919
Tips for Analysis
Recommended Reading and Web Resources
Recommended Viewing
CHAPTER FOUR: THE APPEAL OF REVOLUTIONARY CHANGE
ROSA LUXEMBURG, The Junius Pamphlet
VLADIMIR LENIN, The Beginning of the Revolution in Russia
NIKITA KHRUSHCHEV, Khrushchev Remembers
SUN YAT-SEN, Fundamentals of National Reconstruction
SOONG CHING-LING, The Struggle for New China
LI DAZHAO, The Victory of Bolshevism
JAWAHARLAL NEHRU, The Socialist Creed
MUSTAPHA KEMAL ATATURK, October 1927 Speech
Tips for Analysis
Recommended Reading and Web Resources
Recommended Viewing
CHAPTER FIVE: THE AUTHORITARIAN ALTERNATIVE
ANTONIO CIPPICO, Italy: The Central Problem of the Mediterranean
BENITO MUSSOLINI, Fascist Doctrines
FRANCESCO NITTI, Probabilities of War in Europe
THE AMUR SOCIETY, Anniversary Statement
JOSEPH STALIN, On Opposition and the Socialist Fatherland
EVGENIIA GINZBURG, Journey into the Whirlwind
JOSEPH GOEBBELS, The Reich Ministry of Popular Enlightenment and Propaganda
ADOLF HITLER, To the National Socialist Frauenbund
DAVID BUFFUM, On Kristallnacht
FORTUNE MAGAZINE, Getulio Vargas and the 'Estado Novo'
Tips for Analysis
Recommended Reading and Web Resources
Recommended Viewing
CHAPTER SIX: GLOBAL DEPRESSION
HEINRICH HAUSER, With Germany's Unemployed
GEORGE ORWELL, The Road to Wigan Pier
FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT, Inaugural Address of the President, 4 March 1933
PAUL COMLY FRENCH, Children on Strike
LAZARO CARDENAS, Speech to the Nation
W.E.B. DU BOIS, Liberia, the League, and the United States, 1933
NEVILLE CHAMBERLAIN, Speech to the House of Commons, 3 October
1938 / W.L. MACKENZIE KING, Telegram from Prime Minister William L.
Mackenzie King to British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain
Tips for Analysis
Recommended Reading and Web Resources
Recommended Viewing
CHAPTER SEVEN: GLOBAL WAR AND GENOCIDE
MARGARET FREYER, Eyewitness Account of the Firestorm in Dresden
TOTAL WAR RESEARCH INSTITUTE, The Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere
HAROLD TIMPERLEY, An Eyewitness Account at Nanjing
GAO XINGZU, WU SHIMIN, HU YUNGONG, and CHA RUIZHEN, The Nanjing Massacre
MURIEL KITAGAWA, Letters to Wes
VICTOR KLEMPERER, I Will Bear Witness
STELLA WIESELTIER, Rejoining the Human Race
SINISA DJURIC (translator), Police Report on the Cleansing of Serbs
US WAR DEPARTMENT, Release on the New Mexico Test
Tips for Analysis
Recommended Reading and Web Resources
Recommended Viewing
CHAPTER EIGHT: A NEW WORLD ORDER?
FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT and WINSTON CHURCHILL, The Atlantic Charter
HARRY S. TRUMAN, WINSTON CHURCHILL, and CHIANG KAI-SHEK, The Potsdam Proclamation
UNITED NATIONS, The Universal Declaration of Human Rights
MOHANDAS K. GANDHI, 'Quit India' Resolution
HO CHI MINH, Declaration of Independence of the Democratic Republic of Viet Nam
ANGLO-AMERICAN COMMITTEE OF INQUIRY, Testimony on the Creation of the State of Israel
LESTER B. PEARSON, On Peacekeeping
Tips for Analysis
Recommended Reading and Web Resources
Recommended Viewing
CHAPTER NINE: ORIGINS AND IMPLICATIONS OF THE COLD WAR
WINSTON CHURCHILL, Iron Curtain Speech
JOSEPH STALIN, Response to Churchill, 14 March 1946
JOSEPH MCCARTHY, On Communists in Government
MILOVAN DJILAS, The New Class
NIKITA KHRUSHCHEV, Secret Speech
G.H. BLAKESLEE, Draft Memorandum by G.H. Blakeslee, April 1945
ROBERT MCNAMARA, Memorandum for the President by McNamara, 8 November 1961
Tips for Analysis
Recommended Reading and Web Resources
Recommended Viewing
CHAPTER TEN: THE RE-EMERGENCE OF ASIAN POWER
MAO ZEDONG, The Foolish Old Man Who Removed the Mountains
FOX BUTTERFIELD, Lihua
CHAI LING, June Four: A Chronicle of the Chinese Democratic Uprising
HU JINTAO, China's Development is an Opportunity for Asia
KAMEI KATSUICHIR?, Return to the East
CHITOSHI YANAGA, Big Business in Japanese Politics
SUVENDRINI KAKUCHI, Amid Recession the New Poor Demand Safety Nets
Tips for Analysis
Recommended Reading and Web Resources
Recommended Viewing
CHAPTER ELEVEN: THE FIRST PHASE OF THE ANTI-COLONIAL STRUGGLE
UNITED NATIONS, UN Declaration on Colonial Independence
PAUL RAMADIER, Speech to the National Assembly, 18 March 1947
FRONT DE LIBERATION NATIONALE, Proclamation of 1 November 1954
SEKOU TOURE, The Republic of Guinea
CLEMENT ATTLEE, Debates of the House of Commons, 15 March 1946
JAWAHARLAL NEHRU, Speech on the Eve of Independence
KWAME NKRUMAH, I Speak of Freedom
A.L. GEYER, The Case for Apartheid
DESMOND TUTU, My Vision for South Africa
Tips for Analysis
Recommended Reading and Web Resources
Recommended Viewing
CHAPTER TWELVE: TECHNOLOGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT
JOHN F. KENNEDY, On the Space Race
VALENTINA TERESHKOVA, On the Soviet Space Programme
MARSHALL MCLUHAN, The Playboy Interview
RACHEL CARSON, A Fable for Tomorrow
REX WEYLER, Waves of Compassion
ALBERT GORE, Nobel Lecture
STEPHEN HAWKING, Why We Should Go into Space
Tips for Analysis
Recommended Reading and Web Resources
Recommended Viewing
CHAPTER THIRTEEN: THE CHALLENGE OF NEO-COLONIALISM
KWAME NKRUMAH, Neo-Colonialism: The Last Stage of Imperialism
FRANTZ FANON, The Collaborating Class in Neo-Colonialism
D. ZIZWE POE, Afrocentric Summary of Nkrumah's Major Contributions
FIDEL CASTRO, On the Exploitation of the Cuban Nation
RICHARD F. BEHRENDT, The Uprooted: A Guatemala Sketch
ERNESTO 'CHE' GUEVARA, A New Old Interview
Tips for Analysis
Recommended Reading and Web Resources
Recommended Viewing
CHAPTER FOURTEEN: PATHS TO MODERNIZATION
LEOPOLD SENGHOR, Some Thoughts on Africa
PATRICE LUMUMBA and GRAHAM HEATH, Congo: My Country
JULIUS NYERERE, The Arusha Declaration
P.J. O'ROURKE, Inside Tanzania
THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY, Rwanda 1964
HUEY P. NEWTON, Uniting against a Common Enemy: 23 October 1971
Tips for Analysis
Recommended Reading and Web Resources
Recommended Viewing
CHAPTER FIFTEEN: THE MIDDLE EAST IN THE POSTWAR ERA
GOVERNMENT OF GREAT BRITAIN, British White Paper
UNITED NATIONS SECURITY COUNCIL, Resolution 242, 22 November 1967 / PALESTINE NATIONAL COUNCIL, The Palestinian National Charter
GOLDA MEIR, Remarks to President Sadat
Joint US/Soviet Statement on Peace in the Middle East, September 1977
HAMAS, The Covenant of the Islamic Resistance Movement, 1988
EDWARD SAID, Truth and Reconciliation
Tips for Analysis
Recommended Reading and Web Resources
Recommended Viewing
CHAPTER SIXTEEN: IDEOLOGICAL CHANGE
ELEANOR ROOSEVELT, Women Must Learn to Play the Game as Men Do
ALEXANDRA KOLLONTAI, The Soviet Woman-A Full and Equal Citizen of Her Country
REDSTOCKINGS, A Feminist Manifesto
JEAN-PAUL SARTRE, Existentialism
The Chicago Seven Trial Transcript: Abbie Hoffman
MARTIN LUTHER KING JR, I Have a Dream
KWAME ANTHONY APPIAH, Identity, Authenticity, Survival
Tips for Analysis
Recommended Reading and Web Resources
Recommended Viewing
CHAPTER SEVENTEEN: THE END OF THE COLD WAR AND ITS AFTERMATH
LUDVIK VACULIK, Two Thousand Words to Workers, Farmers, Scientists, Artists, and Everyone
VACLAV HAVEL, Disturbing the Peace
MIKHAIL GORBACHEV, On the Closing of the 27th Congress of the CPSU
ALEKSANDR SOLZHENITSYN, Rebuilding Russia
BENJAMIN BARBER, Jihad versus McWorld
ROBERT KAPLAN, Old Serbia and Albania: Balkan 'West Bank'; Moldova: 'Conditioned to Hate'
Tips for Analysis
Recommended Reading and Web Resources
Recommended Viewing
CHAPTER EIGHTEEN: STATE-BUILDING AND ITS DISCONTENTS
RAMI CHHABRA, An Interview with Indira Gandhi
SYED ABUL A'ALA MAUDUDI, Replacing Western Forms with Islamic Law
MÙAMMAR AL-QADHAFI, The Green Book
NELSON MANDELA, State of the Nation Address, 1994
PHILIP GOUREVITCH, We Wish to Inform You That Tomorrow We Will Be Killed With Our Families
STEPHEN LEWIS, UN Briefing on HIV/AIDS in Africa
ROBERT KAPLAN, The Coming Anarchy
Tips for Analysis
Recommended Reading and Web Resources
Recommended Viewing
CHAPTER NINETEEN: HISTORY IN THE MAKING - INTO THE 21ST S.P. UDAYAKUMAR and JOHN A. POWELL, Race, Poverty, and Globalization
NAOMI KLEIN, No Logo
ROBERT KAPLAN, World Government
MANGOSUTHU BUTHELEZI, Democracy at Work in Africa
MOHAMED ELHACHMI HAMDI, Islam and Liberal Democracy
THE GUARDIAN, Blast from the Past
NOAM CHOMSKY, On the Antiwar Movement
OSAMA BIN LADEN, Speech on American Policy, October 2004
HUGO CHAVEZ, Speech on the Opening of G-15 Summit, 2004
VLADIMIR PUTIN, Speech at the 43rd Munich Conference on Security Policy, 2007
Tips for Analysis
Recommended Reading and Web Resources
Recommended Viewing
Further Reading
Acknowledgements (permissions)
Index

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