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a
Acheson, D. (1969) Present at the Creation: My Years in the State Department (New York)
Adomeit, H. (1982) Soviet Risk-Taking and Crisis Behaviour (London)
Allison, G.T. (1971) Essence of Decision, Explaining the Cuban Missile Crisis (Boston)
Alperovitz, G. (1965) Atomic Diplomacy (London)
Ambrose, S. (1984) Eisenhower the President, Vol. 2, 1952-69 (London)
Ambrose, S. (1985) Rise to Globalism: American Foreign Policy Since 1938 (London)
Ash, T.G. (1989) The Uses of Adversity (Cambridge)
Ash, T.G. (1990) We The People, The Revolution of’89 (Cambridge)
Ashton, S.R. (1989) In Search of Détente (London)

b
Ball, G. (1982) The Past Has Another Pattern (New York)
Beschloss, M. (1991) Kennedy v. Khrushchev: The Crisis Years 1960-63 (London)
Bialer, S. (1986) The Soviet Paradox: External Expansion, Internal Decline (New York)
Bialer, S. and Mandelbaum, M. (1988) The Global Rivals (London)
Blacker, C.D. (1987) Reluctant Warriors: The United States, Soviet Union and Arms Control (New York)
Bowker, M. and Williams, P. (1988) Superpower Détente: A Re-appraisal (London)
Bown, C. and Mooney, P. (1989) Cold War to Détente (London)
Boyle, P.G. (1993) American-Soviet Relations (London)
Brown, J.F. (1991) Surge to Freedom: The End of Communist Rule in Eastern Europe (Chapel Hill)
Brzezinski, Z. (1989) The Grand Failure: The Birth and Death of Communism in the Twentieth Century (New York)

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword viii
  • Preface ix
  • Chronology xii
  • 1 - The Origins of the Cold War in Europe, 1945-9 1
  • 2 - Communist China and the Cold War in Asia, 1945-53 14
  • 3 - Peaceful Co-Existence and Nuclear Confrontation, 1953-64 24
  • 4 - The United States and Indochina, 1945-75 33
  • 5 - China Between the Superpowers, 1949-80 42
  • 6 - The Rise and Fall of Détente in the 1970s 50
  • 7 - Reagan, Gorbachev and the End of the Cold War, 1981-91 60
  • Conclusion 71
  • Notes 76
  • Select Bibliography 79
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