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by Professor Thomas G. Paterson

eBook Soviet-American Confrontation: Postwar Reconstruction and the Origins of the Cold War epub
  • ISBN: 0801817595
  • Author: Professor Thomas G. Paterson
  • Genre: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Politics & Government
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: The Johns Hopkins University Press; 1st edition (August 1, 1975)
  • Pages: 302 pages
  • ePUB size: 1984 kb
  • FB2 size 1432 kb
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This book is not, then, an economic interpretation of the origins of the Cold War. Rather, the diplomacy of reconstruction is considered in detail and assigned a conspicuous role in producing friction between the former Allies, but with the awareness that other diplomatic variables were also.

This book is not, then, an economic interpretation of the origins of the Cold War. Rather, the diplomacy of reconstruction is considered in detail and assigned a conspicuous role in producing friction between the former Allies, but with the awareness that other diplomatic variables were also active.

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As soon as the term "Cold War" was popularized to refer to postwar tensions between the United States and the Soviet Union, interpreting the course and origins of the conflict became a source of heated controversy among historians, politica.

As soon as the term "Cold War" was popularized to refer to postwar tensions between the United States and the Soviet Union, interpreting the course and origins of the conflict became a source of heated controversy among historians, political scientists and journalists.

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By Thomas G. Baltimore and London: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1973. Thomas W. Robinson (a1).

The purpose of this book is to study the serious problem of reconstruction in the early Cold War, when the United States was the giant of the economic world, as President Harry S. Truman so aptly put it.

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The purpose of this book is to study the serious problem of reconstruction in the early Cold War, when the United States was the giant of the economic world, as President Harry S. Truman so aptly put it. Although economic foreign policy often lodged itself at the center or near the center of the Soviet-American confrontation, other policy ingredients were woven into the diplomatic cloth - distorted images, fears, and irrationality, personalizes and styles, the reading of historical lessons, traditional political ideals, bureaucratic lethargy, domestic politics and public opinion, and atomic-military power. To pull out one thread and bestow upon it singular importance is to sacrifice complexity for simplicity. This book is not, then, an economic interpretation of the origins of the Cold War. Rather, the diplomacy of reconstruction is considered in detail and assigned a conspicuous role in producing friction between the former Allies, but with the awareness that other diplomatic variables were also active. In Part 1, five issues central to the diplomatic confrontation in the Soviet sphere of influence are studied In Part 2 five chapters survey the considerable power and success of the United States in international organizations, in the Near East, in the Middle East, in western Europe, and in Western Germany. The concluding chapter summarizes the importance of United States reconstruction policies to the origins of the Cold War and ventures to answer a number of questions about the well springs of American diplomatic behavior.
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