ISBN-10:
1107602327
ISBN-13:
9781107602328
Pub. Date:
01/26/2012
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press
The Cambridge History of the Cold War 3 Volume Paperback Set

The Cambridge History of the Cold War 3 Volume Paperback Set

by Melvyn P. Leffler, Odd Arne Westad

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ISBN-13: 9781107602328
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 01/26/2012
Series: Cambridge History of the Cold War Series
Edition description: Reprint
Pages: 1976
Sales rank: 958,088
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.00(h) x 3.60(d)

Table of Contents

Volume 1: 1. The Cold War and the international history of the twentieth century; 2. Ideology and the origins of the Cold War, 1917-1962; 3. The world economy and the Cold War in the mid-twentieth century; 4. The emergence of an American grand strategy, 1945-1952; 5. The Soviet Union and the world, 1944-1953; 6. Britain and the Cold War; 7. The division of Germany (1945-1949); 8. The Marshall Plan and the creation of the west; 9. The Sovietization of eastern Europe, 1944-1953; 10. The Cold War in the Balkans: from the Greek Civil War to Soviet-Yugoslav normalization; 11. The birth of the People's Republic of China and the road to the Korean War; 12. Japan, the United States, and the Cold War, 1945-1960; 13. The Korean War; 14. US national security policy from Eisenhower to Kennedy; 15. Soviet foreign policy, 1953-1962; 16. East-Central Europe from Stalin's death to the aftermath of the 1956 revolts; 17. The Sino-Soviet Alliance and the Cold War in Asia, 1954-1962; 18. Nuclear weapons and the escalation of the Cold War, 1945-1962; 19. Culture and the Cold War in Europe; 20. Cold War mobilization and domestic politics: the United States; 21. Cold War mobilisation and domestic politics: the Soviet Union, 1945-1962; 22. Decolonization, the global south, and the Cold War, 1919-1962; 23. Oil, resources, and the Cold War, 1945-1962. Volume 2: 1. Grand strategies in the Cold War; 2. Identity and the Cold War; 3. Economic aspects of the Cold War, 1962-1975; 4. The Cuban Missile Crisis; 5. Nuclear competition in an era of stalemate, 1963-1975; 6. US foreign policy from Kennedy to Johnson; 7. Soviet foreign policy, 1962-1975; 8. France, 'Gaulism', and the Cold War; 9. European integration and the Cold War; 10. Détente in Europe, 1962-1975; 11. Eastern Europe: Stalinism to solidarity; 12. Cold War and the transformation of the Mediterranean, 1960-1975; 13. The Cold War in the Third World, 1963-1975; 14. The Indochina Wars and the Cold War, 1945-1975; 15. The Cold War in the Middle East from the Suez Crisis to the Camp David Accords; 16. Cuba and the Cold War, 1959-1980; 17. The Sino-Soviet split; 18. Détente in the Nixon-Ford years, 1969-1976; 19. Nuclear proliferation and non-proliferation during the Cold War; 20. Intelligence in the Cold War; 21. Reading, viewing and tuning-in to the Cold War; 22. Counter-cultures: the rebellions against the Cold War order, 1965-1975; 23. The structure of great power politics, 1963-1975; 24. The Cold War and the social and economic history of the twentieth century. Volume 3: 1. The Cold War and the intellectual history of the late twentieth century; 2. The world economy and the Cold War, 1970-1990; 3. The rise and fall of Eurocommunism; 4. The Cold War and Jimmy Carter; 5. Soviet foreign policy from Détente to Gorbachev, 1975-1985; 6. Islamism, the Iranian Revolution, and the Soviet intervention in Afghanistan; 7. The collapse of superpower détente, 1975-1980; 8. Japan and the Cold War from 1960 to 1991; 9. China and the Cold War after Mao; 10. The Cold War in Central America, 1975-1991; 11. The Cold War and Southern Africa, 1976-1990; 12. The Gorbachev revolution and the end of the Cold War; 13. US foreign policy from Reagan to Bush; 14. Western Europe and the end of the Cold War, 1979-1989; 15. The East European revolutions of 1989; 16. The unification of Germany, 1985-1991; 17. The collapse of the Soviet Union, 1990-1991; 18. Science, technology and the Cold War; 19. Transnational organizations and the Cold War; 20. The Biosphere and the Cold War; 21. The Cold War and human rights; 22. The Cold War in the longue durée: global migration, public health, and population control; 23. Consumer capitalism and the end of the Cold War; 24. An 'incredibly swift transition': reflections on the end of the Cold War; 25. The restructuring of the international system after the Cold War.

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