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The Cambridge History of the Cold War

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Volume II of The Cambridge History of the Cold War examines the developments that made the Cold War a long-lasting international system during the 1960s and 1970s. A team of leading scholars explains how the Cold War seemed to stabilize after the Cuban Missile Crisis in 1962 and how this sense of increased stability evolved into the detente era of the early 1970s. The authors outline how conflicts in the Third World, as well as the interests and ideologies of the superpowers, eroded the detente process. They delve into the social and economic roots of the conflict, illuminate processes of integration and disintegration, analyze the arms race and explore the roles of intelligence, culture and national identities. Discussing the newest findings on US and Soviet foreign policy and examining crises inside and outside of Europe, this authoritative volume will define Cold War studies for years to come.

Product code: 9781107602304

ISBN 9781107602304
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H227xW152xS30
Series The Cambridge History of the Cold War 3 Volume Set
No. Of Pages 680
Publisher Cambridge University Press
This volume examines the developments that made the Cold War into a long-lasting international system during the 1960s and 1970s. It delves into the social and economic histories of the conflict, the roles of intelligence, culture and national identities and discusses the newest findings on US and Soviet foreign policy.