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by Odd Arne Westad

eBook Reviewing the Cold War: Approaches, Interpretations, Theory (Cass Series: Cold War History) (Nobel Symposium 107) download ISBN: 0714681202
Author: Odd Arne Westad
Publisher: Frank Cass (September 3, 2000)
Language: English
Pages: 382
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Westad believes that the Cold War was primarily a conflict centered on the superpowers' . The most updated of the Gaddis Cold War series. The Cold War: a history through documents by Edward Judge and John Langdon.

Westad believes that the Cold War was primarily a conflict centered on the superpowers' attempts to gain the support of Third World countries. Those countries and their leaders in turn exploited the superpowers' policies for their own benefits. We Now Know: Rethinking Cold War History by John Lewis Gaddis. An older but equally as important book by Gaddis, this time with material from the recently opened archives in Eastern Europe. An excellent collection of documents that trace the rise and fall of the Cold War.

The origins of the Cold War have been the subject of numerous debates among international historians. The last fifteen years have witnessed an explosion of interest in the history of the Cold War. On different occasions, historians have looked at International Relations Theory for insights and concepts to help understanding why and how the Cold War originated. Historical attention has focused not only on the diplomatic and military aspects of the conflict, but also, increasingly, on its cultural, intellectual, and technological dimensions.

The Cold War is covered in volume v. Other studies include: A. G. Mileykovsky, e. International relations . On Soviet difficulties with its allies, see Odd Arne Westad, The global Cold War: Third World interventions and the making of our times (Cambridge, 2006). International relations after the Second World War (2 vols. Moscow, 1965); G. A. Trofimenko, SshA: politika, voyna, ideologiya (Moscow, 1976); and N. Sivachev and N. Yakovlev, Russia and the United States (Chicago, IL, 1980). 25 John Lewis Gaddis, We now know: rethinking Cold War history (Oxford, 1997), p. 292.

General History Books. Professor of International History Odd Arne Westad. This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Tell us if something is incorrect.

Since the cold war ended, it has become an international field of study, with new material from China, the former Soviet Union and Europe. This volume takes stock of where these new materials have taken us in our understanding of what the cold war was about and how we should study it.