The End of the Cold War

Its Meaning and Implications

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  • 0511881770
  • 9780521431286
  • 9780511881770
  • 9781316171042
This collection of essays, first published in 1992, offers a serious effort to examine the end of the Cold War, its meanings and implications. The book presents the thinking of leading historians, political scientists, policy analysts, and commentators from the United States, Great Britain, Germany, France, Norway, and the former Soviet Union. Together they discuss such important issues as the origins of the Cold War, its ideological and geopolitical sources, the cost of that epic conflict, its influence on American life and institutions, its winners and losers.
  • Cambridge University Press; June 1992
  • ISBN: 9780511881770
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  • Title: The End of the Cold War
  • Author: Michael J. Hogan (ed.)
  • Imprint: Cambridge University Press
Subject categories
ISBNs
  • 0511881770
  • 9780521431286
  • 9780511881770
  • 9781316171042

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"So much has been said and written about the end of the cold war that it is difficult to gain perspective on the events that shaped it and its end. This excellent volume offers a remedy. The authors run the gamut from Noam Chomsky to Samuel Wells, Jr., and the interpretations of its beginnings and what has happened since 1989 fall along the same political spectrum. The writing is lively, lucid, intelligent, and accessible; the points of view refreshing and insightful." Current History

Subject categories
ISBNs
  • 0511881770
  • 9780521431286
  • 9780511881770
  • 9781316171042