Origins of the European Security System: The Helsinki Process Revisited, 1965-75

Origins of the European Security System: The Helsinki Process Revisited, 1965-75

by Andreas Wenger (Editor)


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780415570213
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 12/21/2009
Pages: 276
Product dimensions: 6.25(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.58(d)

About the Author

Andreas Wenger is professor of international security policy and director of the Center for Security Studies at ETH Zurich (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich).

Vojtech Mastny is project coordinator of the Parallel History Project on Cooperative Security, based in Zurich.

Christian Nuenlist is a foreign desk editor at the Swiss daily Mittelland Zeitung. He received his PhD from the University of Zurich in 2005.

Table of Contents

Part 1: Introduction 1. New Perspectives on the Origins of the CSCE Process Andreas Wenger and Vojtech Mastny Part 2: The Superpowers and European Détente 2. North America, Atlanticism, and the Making of the Helsinki Final Act Michael Cotey Morgan 3. Henry Kissinger and the Reconceptualization of European Security, 1969–75 Jeremi Suri 4. The USSR and the Helsinki Process, 1969–75: Optimism, Doubt, or Defiance? Marie-Pierre Rey Part 3: Eastern Strategies in the CSCE 5. The Warsaw Pact and the European Security Conference, 1964–69: Sovereignty, Hegemony, and the German Question Douglas Selvage 6. The GDR’s Targets in the Early CSCE Process: Another Missed Opportunity to Freeze the Division of Germany, 1969–73 Federica Caciagli 7. ‘Europe Must Not Become Greater Finland’: Opponents of the CSCE: The German CDU/CSU and China Bernd Schaefer Part 4: Western Strategies in the CSCE 8. The EC-Nine, the CSCE, and the Changing Pattern of European Security Daniel Möckli 9. From Linkage to Freer Movement: The Federal Republic of Germany and the Nexus between Western CSCE Preparations and Deutschlandpolitik, 1969–72 Petri Hakkarainen 10. ‘It Was Cold War and We Wanted to Win’: Human Rights, ‘Détente’, and the CSCE Floribert Baudet Part 5: The Neutrals – Economics – Military Security 11. Expanding the East-West Dialogue beyond the Bloc Division: The Neutrals as Negotiators and Mediators, 1969–75 Christian Nuenlist 12. Helsinki and Rambouillet: US Attitudes towards Trade and Security during the Early CSCE Process, 1972–75 Duccio Basosi 13. The Link between CSCE and MBFR: Two Sprouts from One Bulb Helga Haftendorn

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