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cold war, retrospect and prospect
Frederick Lewis Schuman
Bibliography: p. 131-134.
|Statement||[by] Frederick L. Schuman.|
|Series||The Edward Douglass White lectures on citizenship|
|LC Classifications||E183.8.R9 S43 1967|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 134 p.|
|Number of Pages||134|
|LC Control Number||67024550|
Frederick Lewis Schuman (–) was an American historian, political scientist and international relations scholar. He was a professor of history at Williams College for 32 years after he had taught at the University of Chicago, an analyst of international relations, and a social scientist, focusing on the period between World War I and World War II. TURKEY AND THE WEST IN THE CHANGING WORLD: RETROSPECT AND PROSPECT Ankara Üniversitesi Siyasal Bilgiler Fakültesi Dergisi (Prof. Dr. Turan Güneş'e Armağan) C No. (Haziran-Aralık.
Download Citation | UN Peacekeeping Operations and Japan’s Role in Retrospect and Prospect: A Possible U.S.-Japan Cooperation | The Cold War divide paralyzed the function of the UN Security. The French military guarantee for Francophone Africa, which was not closely related to the Cold War, survived a little longer, but by it too was withdrawn as anachronistic. These withdrawals revealed that many poor states lacked the means to maintain a monopoly of violence in their territories, a new but fundamental difference with OECD.
The Cold War in retrospect The Cold War in retrospect WARNER, GEOFFREY Footnotes 1 John Lewis Gaddis, The Cold War (London: Allen Lane, ); Melvyn P. Leffler, For the soul of mankind: the United States, the Soviet Union and the Cold War (New York: Hill and Wang, ); Robert J. McMahon, The Cold War: a very short introduction (Oxford: Oxford . Throughout the Cold War, critics of American foreign policy were dismissed as either communists, fellow travelers, or the "blame America first" crowd. A re-examination of the U.S. role in the world need not be derailed by loyalty questions in this era.
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Schuman. 0 Ratings 0 Want to read; 0 Currently reading; 0 Have read; This edition published in by Brand: Louisiana State Univ Pr, LSU Press. Few would dispute that the United States had been the world's most influential nation since Henry Luce first popularized the notion of an American Century in The significance of the influence, however, remains a subject of hot debate.
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Taking into account divergences within the ‘Third World’ of developing nations, the retrospective view leads to the conclusion that the Cold War left most favourable long-term effects in those parts of the world where it had made the greatest impact.
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Retrospect and Prospect. Sumit Ganguly. Taylor and Francis () In this edited book, leading scholars and analysts trace the origins, evolution and the current state of Indo-US strategic cooperation. During the Cold War, owing to opposing grand strategies, the two states frequently found themselves at.
In this stimulating collection of scholarly essays, edited by Sumit Ganguly, the fifteen authors provide a balanced and insightful overview over India's foreign policy. In Chapter 1, Ganguly argues that systemic (e.g., the Cold War), national (e.g., the experience of colonialism) and personal factors (e.g., Nehru) have contributed to the country's foreign relations.
Historiography after the Cold War, – a critical retrospect Just as the political currents of the s deeply inﬂuenced his-torical thought and writing worldwide, so the changed political constellation of the s after the dissolution of the Soviet bloc between and and the end of the Cold War presented historians with.
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