The Origins of the Cold War by Caroline Kennedy-pipeThe Origins of the Cold War by Caroline Kennedy-pipe

The Origins of the Cold War

byCaroline Kennedy-pipe

Paperback | September 30, 2010

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This book provides a clear and lively account of how relations between Russia and America after World War Two fell into a Cold War. Assessing both the clash of ideas and personalities which brought about this confrontation the book highlights the emergences of a new mode of global politics. Looking at this conflict the book argues might help us to understand todays own troubled world.
CAROLINE KENNEDY-PIPE is Professor of International Relations, University of Sheffield, UK.
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Title:The Origins of the Cold WarFormat:PaperbackDimensions:224 pagesPublished:September 30, 2010Publisher:Macmillan Education UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230535518

ISBN - 13:9780230535510

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Table of Contents

Cold Wars: Themes and Trajectories * Casting Long Shadows: Revolution to War Wars and Empire * Far from Hegemony? Uncertainties and Constraints * The Shape of the Cold War * Reflections on the Origins of the Cold War: Shapes * Strategies of Deception * The Origins of the Cold War * Then and Now: Landscapes and Shadows

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"Kennedy-Pipe has written a thoughtful and insightful new history of the early Cold War period... Recommended." —CHOICE "This section of the book will be a good introduction to the Cold War for students or a good review for experienced scholars." --CHOICE "Equally interesting, however, is Kennedy-Pipe's examination of the contemporary relevance of the Cold War period to current political realities.  This section sets the book apart from other Cold War histories."--CHOICE