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Khrushchev?s Cold war – The Inside Story of an American Adversary
The fall of the Berlin wall and the dismantling of the Soviet empire changed the world, engendered new rivalries and started a new kind of Cold War. From Paris to Moscow, from Berlin to The Hague and New York, mafia hotshots, ex-members of the Nomenklatura, powerful financial and industrial organisations, spies from all sides - all of these influential figures are involved in a political and economical war and the stakes are high. Alpha, a CIA agent, fights the endemic greed and corruption - even when he has to fight his own bosses.
The First Vietnam War – Colonial Conflict and Cold War Crisis
Ruptured Histories – War, Memory and the Post–Cold War in Asia
Ideology in Cold Blood – A Reading of Lucan?s Civil War
God–Fearing and Free – A Spiritual History of America?s Cold War
Satchmo Blows Up the World – Jazz Ambassadors Play the Cold War
Re–Examining the Cold War – U.S.–China Diplomacy 1954–1973
Cold War at 30,000 Feet – The Anglo–American Fight for Aviation Supremacy
The Hungry World – Americas Cold War Battle Against Poverty in Asia
Thirty four essays by a team of leading scholars offering a broad reassessment of the cold war, calling into question orthodox ways of ordering the chronology of the period and presenting new insights into the global dimension of the conflict.
The Cold War & the Color Line – American Race Relations in the Global Arena
The Cold War is one of the furthest-reaching and longest-lasting conflicts in modern history. It spanned the globe - from Greece to China, Hungary to Cuba - and lasted for almost half a century. It has shaped political relations to this day, drawing new physical and ideological boundaries between East and West. In this meticulously researched account, Bridget Kendall explores the Cold War through the eyes of those who experienced it first-hand. Alongside in-depth analysis that explains the historical and political context, the book draws on exclusive interviews with individuals who lived through the conflict's key events, offering a variety of perspectives that reveal how the Cold War was experienced by ordinary people. From pilots making food drops during the Berlin Blockade and Japanese fishermen affected by H-bomb testing to families fleeing the Korean War and children whose parents were victims of McCarthy's Red Scare, The Cold War covers the full geographical and historical reach of the conflict. Accompanying a landmark BBC Radio 4 series, The Cold War: Stories from the Big Freeze is essential reading for anyone seeking to understand how the tensions of the last century have shaped the modern world, and what it was like to live through them.
The Decline & Fall of the Lettered City – Latin America in the Cold War