International politics since World War II; a short history [by] Charles L. Robertson.

; I. Edward Kiev Judaica Collection (George Washington University. Gelman Library)
New York, Wiley [1966] .

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Other Authors I. Edward Kiev Judaica Collection (George Washington University. Gelman Library)
Subjects Internationale Politik.
Politique mondiale -- 1945-1989.
World politics -- 1945-1989.
World politics.
Description x, 385 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date [1966]
Notes Presented by the Dr. Ari Kiev family to the I. Edward Kiev Judaica Collection. DGW
Includes bibliographical references (pages 353-364).
Contents The breakdown of the balance of power -- The balance of power and new developments -- Conclusion: technological, political, and social changes and trends -- World War II and the map of the post-war world -- Military operations -- Diplomacy in World War II -- The Yalta Conference -- After Yalta -- Potsdam -- New organizations for a new international politics -- 1945-1955: the atomic age -- 1945-1947 : the attempt to rebuild the Old World -- The peace treaties -- Germany splits -- Communization of East Europe -- Winter of 1947 -- Europe and the non-Western world -- Iran and Turkey -- China -- Korea and Japan -- Disarmament negotiations -- 1947-1950: the Cold War, bipolarization, and containment -- American initiatives -- The Moscow Conference -- The Marshall Plan -- NATO and the Berlin blockade -- Point Four -- The OAS -- The Communist Bloc: the Czech coup and the Yogoslav defection -- Developments in Western Europe -- War in the Middle East -- Independence in Asia: Communist China -- The United Nations in a divided world -- The Atomic Bomb, military strategy and the balance of power -- 1950-1955: hot war and cold war -- Korea and its impact -- A new war -- International consequences of the Korean War -- American reactions to frustration: initial effects of the 1952 political campaign -- The death of Stalin and Soviet foreign policy -- Geneva, 1954: the far Eastern settlement -- More stirrings in the non-western world: Iran, Egypt, Africa -- Latin America enters the world stage -- Europe, 1950-1955 -- Developments in the United Nations -- The hydrogen age -- 1955 and 1956: coexistence and conflict: a new world balance -- Deeds, not words -- Geneva in July -- New Soviet initiatives -- The Bandung Conference -- The Soviet Twentieth Party Congress -- The stalemate shaken: Suez and Hungary -- 1957-1964: the new states and competitive coexistence -- The new states and their search for an international role -- The Congo -- White Africa -- Southeast Asia: neutralism and guerrilla conflict -- Difficulties among the new states -- The tragi-comedy of the Middle East -- War in Vietnam -- Regionalism in Africa -- 1957-1964: the old blocs and competitive coexistence -- Europe, European Union, and the Atlantic Alliance -- Disarmament: 1957-1964 -- Communist foreign policies after 1956 -- The Chinese-Russian break -- Cuba, the United States and Latin America, and the Great Confrontation of 1962 -- Castro and Cuba -- The Missile Crisis.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)394373
(OCoLC)ocm00394373
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WorldCat Identities Robertson, Charles L., 1927-
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