Overcoming the Cold War: A History of D?tente, 1950-1991
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BeschreibungThis book offers a major new interpretation of the Cold War and how its aftermath shaped the course of history. The history of the Cold War is more than the history of a confrontation. There is also a need to look into why the Cold War did not become more heated, and how it was finally overcome. Wilfried Loth's book examines both these issues. It is a story about the containment of the Cold War, of détente, of the development of cooperative security, and of the changes in the Soviet bloc. The book offers new information taken from Eastern and Western archives, and for the first time draws a precise and detailed overall picture of how the Cold War was overcome.
InhaltsverzeichnisForeword List of Abbreviations Between Neutralization and Bloc Information De-escalation of the Cold War Krushchev and Kennedy Visions Along the Way The Time of the Treaties The Decline of Détente Dark Times The End of the East-West Conflict Balance: Fear and the Ways of Freedom Notes Index
PortraitWILFRIED LOTH is Professor of Modern History at the University of Essen and Chairman of the European Union Liaison Committee of Historians. He has published widely on the history of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. His books include The Division of the World, 1941-1955 and Stalin's Unwanted Child: The Soviet Union, the German Question and the Founding of the GDR.
Pressestimmen'An extremely knowledgeable and fluently written account of international politics in the Cold War.' - Wolfgang Krieger, Das Historisch-Politische Buch '...for the knowledgeable reader, it offers a first-rate history of the international relationship known as detente.' - Choice
Untertitel: 2001. Auflage. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: SPRINGER VERLAG GMBH
Erscheinungsdatum: Dezember 2001
Seitenanzahl: 268 Seiten