Turning Points in Ending the Cold War

Turning Points in Ending the Cold War

Turning Points in Ending the Cold War
by Kiron K. Skinner

Publisher: Hoover Institution Press 2007
ISBN/ASIN: 0817946322
ISBN-13: 9780817946326
Number of pages: 358

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The expert contributors examine the end of detente and the beginning of the new phase of the cold war in the early 1980s, Reagan's radical new strategies aimed at changing Soviet behavior, the peaceful democratic revolutions in Poland and Hungary, the events that brought about the reunification of Germany, the role of events in Third World countries, the critical contributions of Gorbachev and Yeltsin, and more.

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