Cold War: An International History / Edition 1

Cold War: An International History / Edition 1

by Carole K. Fink
ISBN-10:
0813347955
ISBN-13:
9780813347950
Pub. Date:
12/24/2013
Publisher:
Avalon Publishing

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Cold War: An International History / Edition 1

More than a bipolar conflict between two superpowers, the decades-long Cold War had implications for the entire world. In this accessible, comprehensive retelling, Carole K. Fink provides new insights and new perspectives on key events with an emphasis on people, power and ideas, and cultural coverage “from the Beetle to the Beatles.” Global Cold War goes beyond US-USSR relations to explore the Cold War from an international perspective, including key events and developments in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. Fink also provides a broader timeline of the Cold War than any other text, charting the lead-up to the conflict like the Russian Revolution and World War II, and discussing the aftermath of the Cold War since 1992. Based on the latest research and scholarship, Global Cold War is the consummate book on this lengthy and complex conflict for today’s students and history buffs.

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ISBN-13: 9780813347950
Publisher: Avalon Publishing
Publication date: 12/24/2013
Pages: 352
Sales rank: 1,201,037
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 1.00(d)

About the Author


Carole K. Fink (Ph.D. Yale) is Humanities Distinguished Professor of History (Emerita) at Ohio State University. She has written or edited 10 books. Her edited book, Defending the Rights of Others: The Great Powers, the Jews, and International Minority Protection, 1878-1938 (Cambridge, 2004; paperback, 2006), won both the George Louis Beer Prize for Best Book in European International History from the American Historical Association,, and the Akira Ariye Prize for Best Book in International History from the Foundation for Pacific Quest. She authored The Genoa Conference: European Diplomacy, 1921-22 (Chapel Hill, 1984; paperback 1993), which also won the George Louis Beer Prize. In 2007, Fink won Ohio State’s Distinguished Scholar Award. She has been the recipient of fellowships from numerous groups, including the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum (2004), Fulbright Foundation (2004), German Marshall Fund (2001), Institute for Advanced Studies at Princeton (1999), Rutgers Center for Historical Analysis (1994), National Endowment for the Humanities (1990-91), Fulbright Foundation (1991), American Philosophical Society (1990), Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars (1990, 1986), American Council of Learned Societies (1990, 1985), and the American Association of University Women (1982).

Table of Contents


Introduction
Chapter One: Prelude: Soviet Russia and the West, 1917-1941 
Chapter Two: The Grand Alliance, 1941-1945  
Chapter Three: Cold War, 1949-52  
Chapter Four: The Widening Conflict, 1953-1964  
Chapter Five: The ‘Sixties 
Chapter Six: Détente, 1969-1975 
Chapter Seven: Détente Collapses, 1975-1980 
Chapter Eight: The Second Cold War, 1981-1985 
Chapter Nine: The End of the Cold War, 1986-1991 
Chapter Ten: Aftermath, 1992-2001
Conclusions
List of Names
Cold War Bibliography
Index    

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