Published January 2001
by Instructional Fair .
Written in English
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Three things defined the post-Cold War world. The first was U.S. power. The second was the rise of China as the center of global industrial growth based on low wages. The third was the re-emergence of Europe as a massive, integrated economic power. Meanwhile, Russia, the main remnant of the Soviet Union, reeled while Japan shifted to a. This book charts the involvement of women in postwar reconstruction through the Cold War and post Cold-War years with chapters on the economic, social, and political dynamism that characterized Europe from the s onwards, and goes on to look at the woman’s place in a rebuilt Europe that was both more prosperous and as tension-filled as before. From this angle, Post-Cold War Borders sheds new light on change and variation in the political rhetoric of the EU, the Russian Federation, Ukraine and neighbouring EU member countries. Ultimately, the book aims to provide a new interpretation of changes in international order and how they relate to shifting concepts of sovereignty and. explores the momentous events following the fall of the Berlin Wall and the effects they have had on our world ever since. Based on documents, interviews, and television broadcasts from Washington, London, Paris, Bonn, Berlin, Warsaw, Moscow, and a dozen other locations, describes how Germany unified, NATO expansion began, and Russia got left on the periphery .
The updated edition covers the post-cold war period too: the threat of Armageddon did not end with the fall of the Berlin Wall. The section on “letters of last resort” is chilling. 6. Introduction: Creating Post-Cold War Europe: and the Architecture of Order. A whole generation emerged in the disappearing.-East German Jana Hensel, age thirteen in Author: Mary Elise Sarotte. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Intergovernmental security alliance comprising 28 states, including the United States and much of Europe. is a relic of the Cold War. Originally created to help forestall Soviet aggression in Europe, it remains a mutual defense pact between the U.S., Canada and much of Europe. This book examines the post-Cold War Polish-German relationship and the puzzling rise of foreign and security policy differences between the two states during the s. Through an investigation of four policy issues – NATO’s out-of-area mandate, European Constitution and the division of voting Brand: Palgrave Macmillan UK.
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