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Go Search Hello Select your address /5(3). The Cold War and the Color Line is the first comprehensive examination of how the Cold War intersected with the final destruction of global white supremacy.
Thomas Borstelmann pays close attention to the two Souths--Southern Africa and the American South--as the primary sites of white authority's last by: A Council on Foreign Relations Book Micah Zenko is a Fellow for Conflict Prevention in the Center for Preventive Action at the Council on Foreign Relations.
He has expertise in U.S. national security policy, military planning and operations, and nuclear weapons by: 5. Cold relations. [Gerald Hammond] -- With the help of her trusty crime-solving Labrador, Pippa, Detective Sergeant Honey Laird investigates the murder of Henry Colebrook, a wealthy supermarket mogul and hunting enthusiast.
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This book is the first volume in a trilogy that traces the development of the academic subject of International Relations, or what was often referred to in the interwar years as International : Palgrave Macmillan.
"The Limits of Partnership: US-Russia Relations in the Twenty-First Century". I found the book to present a detailed explanation of the US-Russia relations from the fall of the Soviet Union through the two Bush administrations, the Clinton administration, and the Obama administration.
The book is fairly current, I believe released in /5(18). The Ugly American is a political novel by Eugene Burdick and William Lederer that depicts the failures of the US diplomatic corps in Southeast Asia.
The book caused a sensation in diplomatic circles and had major political implications. The Peace Corps Author: Eugene Burdick, William Lederer. The Cold Equations Summary "The Cold Equations" is a short story by Tom Godwin in which a girl named Marilyn sneaks onto a cargo ship headed for the planet where her brother lives.
E-IR Foundations is a series of beginner’s textbooks from E-International Relations (E-IR) that are designed to introduce complicated issues in a practical and accessible way. Each book will cover a different area connected to International Relations. This is the first book File Size: 1MB. Tracing the evolution of international relations since the onset of the Cold War, Cold Relations book authors of this volume draw on recently available archival resources to narrate world affairs from to the present.
Events are addressed chronologically, with attention to both their motivations and their significance/5(4). Translating sexualities is a political act entangled in power politics, imperialism and foreign intervention.
This book explores sex and tongue in international relations from Kyrgyzstan to Nepal, Japan to Tajikistan, Kurdistan to Amazonia.
Edited by Caroline Cottet and Manuela Lavinas Picq. David Mack is the award-winning and New York Times bestselling author of more than thirty novels of science fiction, fantasy, and adventure, including the Star Trek Destiny and Cold Equations writing credits span several media, including television (for episodes of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), film, short fiction, and comic resides in New York City/5().
The second edition of this widely acclaimed book takes as its main theme the question of how states and societies pursue freedom from threat in an environment in which competitive relations are inescapable across the political, economic, military, societal and environmental landscapes.
Throughout, attention is placed on the interplay of threats and vulnerabilities, the policy consequences 3/5(2). Fateful Triangle updates our understanding of the diplomatic history of U.S.-India relations, highlighting China’s central role in it, reassesses the origins and practice of Indian foreign Author: Tanvi Madan.
In the s, U.S. President Ronald Reagan revived cold-war policies and rhetoric, referring to the Soviet Union as the "evil empire" and escalating the nuclear arms race; some have argued this stance was responsible for the eventual collapse of Soviet Communism while others attribute its downfall to the inherent weakness of the Soviet state.
The abrupt end of the Cold War, an unantici- pated hot war in the Persian Gulf, and the sudden disintegration of the Soviet Union astonished almost everyone, whether in government, the academy, the media, or the think tanks.
Bernard Baruch, senior advisor of U.S. President Harry Truman, was the first to use the term "Cold War," inreferring to the frequent and deepening crises between the United States and the Soviet Union, in spite of their alliance against Germany in World War II.
The term was popularized by the book. Renata Keller also explores Cold War inter-American relations in her book Mexico’s Cold War: Cuba, the United States, and the Legacy of the Mexican Revolution.
This well-researched, insightful volume shines a bright light on how Mexico navigated the mid to late decades of the Cold War (roughly through the mids).Author: Mark Eric Williams.
The book highlights Cold War strategy, African anti-communist strategies, and U.S. Jim Crow struggles for each presidential administration from The Cold War lasted from to while the American Civil Rights Movement combined with national self-ryle actively was most effective from to with the collapse of South African apartheid/5.
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"Behind the Bamboo Curtain is an important collection of essays on Sino-Vietnamese relations during the Cold War An excellent contribution from a Vietnamese historian and well-documented chapters on Soviet and French policy further augment the importance of the volume.
The contributors make extensive use of primary documents from the United. Madan argues that China’s influence on the U.S.-India relationship is neither a recent nor a momentary phenomenon. Drawing on documents from India and the United States, she shows that American and Indian perceptions of and policy toward China significantly shaped U.S.-India relations in three crucial decades, from to Fateful Triangle updates our understanding of the diplomatic.
This one's a doozy. Don't say we didn't warn you. Let's just set it all out right at the beginning: The Butter Battle Book is a pretty clear allegory for the Cold War arms race.
But what's great about allegories is that they're flexible and fuzzy. The end of the Cold War has prompted a good deal of soul-searching in the academic discipline of International Relations (IR).
Some results of this process are already apparent; the dominant version of realism, neorealism, is developing in new directions in an attempt to address major areas where the theory has been shown to contain weaknesses (e.g.
domestic politics, international Cited by: The Cold War saw good relations between the communist states of People's Republic of Poland and the German Democratic Republic.
Polish-West German relations, on the other hand, remained bad, although they improved after Chancellor Willy Brandt launched the Ostpolitik. Samuel Phillips Huntington (Ap – Decem ) was an American political scientist, adviser and academic.
He spent more than half a century at Harvard University, where he was director of Harvard's Center for International Affairs and the Albert J. Weatherhead III University Professor. During the presidency of Jimmy Carter, Huntington was the White House Coordinator of Alma mater: Harvard University, University of Chicago.
Cold War and Global Hegemony, Print this page ) and The Great Transition: American-Soviet Relations and the End of the Cold War (Washington, D.C.: Brookings ), won the Bancroft, Ferrell, and Hoover prizes.
He is now writing a book about why the Cold War lasted as long as it did and why it ended when it did. Authored by. This is “Post-Cold War International Relations”, section from the book A Primer on Politics (v.
For details on it (including licensing), click here. This book. The deferred effort in trying to understand international relations is something that has taken place centuries ago.
The use of theories that – through the use of certain methodologies previously defined – would have meant making reality more easily. The Reluctant Sheriff fills this void.
It is the first book to provide a comprehensive understanding of the post-Cold War world and a compass to help the United States navigate it. While relations have improved and an intentional nuclear exchange is more unlikely, the decay in Russian nuclear capability in the post-Cold War era may have had an effect on the continued viability of the MAD doctrine.
A article by Keir Lieber and Daryl Press stated that the United States could carry out a nuclear first strike on Russia. In the intervening 15 chapters, the book provides a detailed overview of the trajectories of Iran and Saudi Arabia and the Shia and Sunni nodes of the cold war in the Islamic world.
This book examines some of the main theories of international relations through a single major historical turning point: the end of the Cold War. It deals with the tension between established international relations theories and the actual course of international politics, thus providing a critical assessment of some of the main theories.
This book is of interest to scholars in the field of. Russia's recent assertiveness on the world stage is consistent with Russian foreign policymaking since the mids, rather than just a feature of Vladimir Putin's leadership, says a new book about Russian foreign policy since the end of the Cold War by Jeffrey Mankoff, adjunct fellow for Russia Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR).
The book discusses the Iranian coup d'état backed by the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and Iran remained a staunch Cold War ally of the West. After more than 20 years of the Shah's rule, there was a bloody revolution in and brought into power an Islamic republic, which has ruled ever since.
US-Iranian Relations, Author: Stephen Kinzer. "In her long-awaited book, Mary Dudziak brilliantly demonstrates the interconnections between race relations and the American response to the early Cold War Dudziak sets a new standard for literature on race and Cold War foreign policy Her work deserves a wide audience."—Laura Belmonte, Journal of Cold War Studies.
Reasoning Behind the Rating: First, and most importantly, the authors state, not once but twice, that their premise for the entire book was that a "cold war" lasted from to The authors completely fail to support their thesis. It does not help that the authors in chapter 8 - the last chapter before their conclusions (more than three quarters of the way through the book) - state that /5.
In "Cold Relations" we meet the privileged and too-perfect-to-be-true D.I. Laird as she serenely glides through a case of kidnapped dogs and a missing person. The pace never rises above the pedestrian, and the prose is smug and annoying, using clumsy passages of dialogue to progress the story.
The conclusion of the book is mildly interesting /5(4). Indian Lobbying and its Influence in US Decision Making looks at the ways in which Indian lobbying acts as a catalyst in transforming the US–India relationship in the post-Cold War era, the events that explain their formation, and factors that legitimize these groups as an institution in US politics.Postwar Tension.
In many ways, the Cold War began even before the guns fell silent in Germany and in the Pacific in Suspicion and mistrust had defined U.S.-Soviet relations for decades and resurfaced as soon as the alliance against Adolf Hitler was no longer necessary.Download international relations since the end of the cold war or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.
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