6 edition of Local consequences of the global Cold War found in the catalog.
Local consequences of the global Cold War
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Jeffrey A. Engel.|
|Series||Cold War international history project series|
|Contributions||Engel, Jeffrey A.|
|LC Classifications||D840 .L56 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 334 p. :|
|Number of Pages||334|
|LC Control Number||2007039387|
Local Consequences of the Global Cold by Jeffrey A. Engel. (Stanford: Stanford University Press, xx, pp. $, ISBN ). Introduction: Cold war is one of the most discussed and important chapters in the international politics. Cold war is the story of the half-century since the end of the Second World War. Cold war was started and stayed for some decades. At that time world politics was revolved by it. Directly or indirectly. Cold war [ ].
Some effects of the Cold War included a stagnant Russian economy, a large loss of life and an increased chance of nuclear war. Tensions created by the superpowers during the Cold War remained high after the war ended. The Cold War by John Lewis Gaddis (p, Allen Lane, £20) The Global Cold War: Third World Interventions and the Making of Our Times by Odd Arne Westad (pp, Cambridge, £25). Since the attack.
Book Description. De-Centering Cold War History challenges the Cold War master narratives that focus on super-power politics by shifting our analytical perspective to include local-level experiences and regional initiatives that were crucial to the making of a Cold War world. Cold War histories are often told as stories of national leaders, state policies and the global . Palmadessa’s works on U.S. education — k compulsory and higher education — considers the ways in which education responded to the call for patriotic support of the U.S. in opposition to the communist regime in Russia and the understanding of the global role education was to play. The Cold War shook the world, its institutions, cultural.
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ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN.5/5(1). Up to now the study of cold war history has been fully engaged in stressing the international character and broad themes of the story. This volume turns such diplomatic history upside down by studying how actions of international relations affected local popular life.
Each chapter has its origins in a major international issue, and then unfolds the consequences of that issue for. Get this from a library. Local consequences of the global Cold War. [Jeffrey A Engel;] -- "Up to now the study of Cold War history has been fully engaged in stressing the international character and broad themes of the story.
This volume turns such diplomatic history upside down by. Local Consequences of the Global Local consequences of the global Cold War book War is a non-fiction book about the effects produced by the Cold War.
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Book. Local Consequences of the Global Cold War. Publisher. Woodrow Wilson Center Press with Stanford University Press, ISBN. Price. $ hardcover Purchase Book. Cold War Southern Africa Japan Southeast Asia.
Overview. Book Review: Local Consequences of the Global Cold War. Edited by Jeffrey A. Engel. Woodrow Wilson Center Press and Stanford University Press. xvii + pp. ISBN 0 2Author: Maud Bracke. The Cold War defined the political role of the United States in the post–World War II world: by the United States held military alliances with 50 countries and had million troops posted abroad in countries which institutionalized a global commitment to huge, permanent peacetime military-industrial complexes and large-scale.
Jeffrey A. Engel, ed., Local Consequences of the Global Cold War. Washington, DC: Woodrow Wilson Center Press; pp. $ A Brief Overview of the Causes and Effects of the Cold War. The Soviet-American combat, known as the "Cold War" hung heavy over global affairs for more than forty long years; structuring the world with extensive military buildups, an unceasing nuclear arms rivalry, intensive surveillance, and relentless technological emulations.
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In his book Destined for War: The global consequences of a Sino-American cold war would be even more severe than those of the Cold War between the US and the Soviet Union.
Whereas the. This book in its totality gains its strength through several important themes: the unintended consequences of Cold War decisions on many parts of the world, the complexity of the changes that localities experienced, and the efforts by local areas to manage the economic, social, and political changes that occurred.
Investigations of how the global Cold War shaped national scientific and technological practices in fields from biomedicine to rocket science. The Cold War period saw a dramatic expansion of state-funded science and technology research.
Government and military patronage shaped Cold War technoscientific practices, imposing methods that were project oriented, team based, and. Up to now the study of cold war history has been fully engaged in stressing the international character and broad themes of the story.
This volume turns such diplomatic history upside down by studying how actions of international relations affected local popular : Local Consequences of the Global Cold War. Edited by Jeffrey Engel. BUY THIS BOOK. After World War II, the consequences of the Soviet Union's victory over the Nazis were rejected, and a global containment of communism was elevated into a doctrine by President Truman.
By the Cold War, we spurred the Soviet Union from exhaustion to great-power status, the atomic bomb, and space achievement. Between the Causes and consequences of World War II We find the violation of the Treaty of Versailles and the subsequent invasion of Poland by fascist Germany, as well as its subsequent overthrow and the creation of the United Nations.
World War II was a war of global scale that took place between andfought between the Allied countries and the Axis countries.
"The Global Cold War is a powerful account of the way in which the third world moved to the center of international politics in the closing decades of the 20th century. Drawing on a stunning multiplicity of archival material, Odd Arne Westad integrates perspectives and disciplines which have, until now, remained separate: U.S.
and Soviet Reviews: Military and Political Consequences of the Cold War. There were many military and political consequences of the cold war. Among the military consequences of the cold war was a change in the military expenses. Cold war spurred the exhaustion of the Soviet Union which desired to achieve a great-power status.
Sachs, a Columbia University professor and director of the U.N. Sustainable Development Solutions Network, warned that a "geopolitical Cold War" with China would threaten global security in an.
Amanda Fuchs The Global Effects of the Cold War and Decolonization The Cold War, also known as what could have been the third world war, conquered the second half of the 20th century. This international crisis, beginning at the end of World War II, is defined as the period of tension between the United States and the Soviet Union.From the mids onwards it was clear to both Washington and Moscow that the focus for Cold War competition in Africa was shifting from North and Central Africa to the southern part of the continent, where both the remnants of the Portuguese empire – in Angola and Mozambique – and the white supremacist states of South Africa and Zimbabwe (Rhodesia) were confronting.
The natural environment has been a strategic element of war since the first rock was thrown by the first cave dweller. The armies of ancient Rome and Assyria, to ensure the total capitulation of their enemies, reportedly sowed salt into the cropland of their foes, making the soil useless for farming—an early use of military herbicide, and one of the most devastating environmental effects of war.