The Cold War after Stalin's death : a missed opportunity for peace? / edited by Klaus Larres and Kenneth Osgood.

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Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Lanham, Md. : Rowman & Littlefield, 2006.
Description
xxxiv, 318 pages ; 24 cm.

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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
  • Introduction : international politics in the early post-Stalin era : a lost opportunity, a turning point, or more of the same? / Mark Kramer
  • 1. The elusive detente : Stalin's successors and the West / Vojtech Masnry
  • 2. The perils of coexistence : peace and propaganda in Eisenhower's foreign policy / Kenneth Osgood
  • 3. A missed chance for peace? : opportunities for detente in Europe / Jerald A. Combs
  • 4. Poisoned apples : John Foster Dulles and the "peace offensive" / Lloyd Gardner
  • 5. Meanings of peace : the rhetorical Cold War after Stalin / Ira Chernus
  • 6. Stalin's ghost : Cold War culture and U.S.-Soviet relations / Jeffrey Brooks
  • 7. The road to Geneva 1955 : Churchill's summit diplomacy and Anglo-American tension after Stalin's death / Klaus Larres
  • 8. Alliance politics after Stalin's death : Franco-American conflict in Europe and in Asia / Kathryn C. Statler
  • 9. Coexistence and confrontation : Sino-Soviet relations after Stalin / Qiang Zhai
  • 10. The new course : Soviet policy toward Germany and the uprising in the GDR / Hope M. Harrison
  • 11. Cold War, detente, and the 1956 Hungarian revolution / Csaba Bekes
  • 12. The robust assertion of Austrianism : peaceful coexistence in Austria after Stalin's death / Gunter Bischof
  • 13. The lure of neutrality : Finland and the Cold War / Jussi M. Hanhimaki
  • 14. Treacherous ground : Soviet-Japanese relations and the United States / Tsuyoshi Hasegawa.
ISBN
  • 9780742554511 (cloth : alk. paper)
  • 0742554511 (cloth : alk. paper)
LCCN
2006018721
OCLC
70062992
RCP
C - S
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