The Cold War: An International History

By David S. Painter | Go to book overview

The Making of the Contemporary World

Edited by Eric Evans and Ruth Henig

University of Lancaster

The Making of the Contemporary World series provides challenging interpretations of contemporary issues and debates within strongly defined historical frameworks. The range of the series is global, with each volume drawing together material from a range of disciplines— including economics, politics and sociology. The books in this series present compact, indispensable introductions for students studying the modern world.

Titles include:

The Uniting of Europe

From Discord to Concord

Stanley Henig

International Economy since 1945

Sidney Pollard

United Nations in the Contemporary World

David Whittaker

Latin America

John Ward

Thatcher and Thatcherism

Eric J. Evans

Decolonization

Raymond Betts

The Soviet Union in World Politics, 1945-1991

Geoffrey Roberts

Conflict and Revolution in the Contemporary World

David Whittaker

Forthcoming titles:

Multinationals

Peter Wardley

Nationalism and State

Malcolm Anderson

Pacific Asia

Yumei Zhang

Conflicts in the Middle East since 1945

Beverley Milton-Edwards and Peter Hinchcliffe

The Irish Question

Patrick Maume

Right-Wing Extremism

Paul Hainsworth

Women into Power

Ruth Henig

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The Cold War: An International History
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Abbreviations vi
  • Maps vii
  • Acknowledgements x
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • 2 - The Cold War Begins, 1945-50 4
  • 3 - Competition and Coexistence, 1950-62 31
  • 4 - From Cold War to Détente, 1963-73 56
  • 5 - From Détente to Confrontation, 1973-80 77
  • 6 - The Rise and Fall of the Second Cold War, 1981-91 95
  • 7 - Understanding the Cold War 112
  • Notes 119
  • Suggested Further Reading 124
  • Index 126
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