A cooperative effort by a number of historians and political
scientists, this essay collection focuses on the important
connection between domestic affairs and foreign relations during
the Cold War. The case studies treat phases of both the Soviet and
American experiences and involve contributions by two Russian
scholars, three Americans, a German, a Swede, and an Israeli.
This collection is particularly timely and signficant because of
the surprising way the Cold War ended, making clear that domestic
developments can overthrow even the most potent foreign policies
and undermine longstanding assumptions about the primacy of
international factors. A provocative essay collection, this will be
of interest to diplomatic historians and Soviet Affairs
specialists, scholars, and students.
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