|PART I: Theory||1|
|CHAPTER One The Question of Realism: An Historian's View||3|
|CHAPTER TWO The Problem of International Order and How to Think about It||44|
|PART II: History||67|
|CHAPTER Three The United States and Eastern Europe in 1945: A Reassessment||69|
|CHAPTER Four America, Europe, and German Rearmament, AugustSeptember 1950: A Critique of a Myth||110|
|CHAPTER Five The Making of the Western Defense System: France, the United States, and MC 48||142|
|CHAPTER Six The Structure of Great Power Politics, 1963–75||154|
|CHAPTER Seven The French Factor in U.S. Foreign Policy during the Nixon-Pompidou Period||183|
|PART III: Policy||245|
|CHAPTER Eight Preventive War and U.S. Foreign Policy||247|
|CHAPTER Nine The Iraq Crisis and the Future of the Western Alliance||281|
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Publication information: Book title: The Cold War and After: History, Theory, and the Logic of International Politics. Contributors: Marc Trachtenberg - Author. Publisher: Princeton University Press. Place of publication: Princeton, NJ. Publication year: 2012. Page number: v.
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