After the Cold War: Europe’s New Political Architecture
Springer, 31 mag 1991 - 198 pagine
This book provides new and exceptional interpretations in regard to the post-World War 2 history of the East-West conflict and calls for interdisciplinary approaches in analyzing international relations. The systematic and political processes are undoing the division of Europe and restoring an 'organically' interdependent continent. The events of 1989 in Eastern Europe are but a harbinger of a new security order in Europe and, for the first time since the Treaty of Westphalia of 1648 Europe tries to look beyond state-centered concepts of security.
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The Rise of Detente
The Europeanization of the EastWest System
The Imperatives of Political Change
The Changing Geostrategic Landscape of Europe
The Outlook for European Security in the 1990s
Europe in Transition
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Affairs all-European arms control Basic Law Berlin bipolar security bloc Brzezinski Central Europe Cold common European home concept constitute cooperation countries CSCE process defense division of Europe East and West East–West East–West relations East–West trade Eastern Europe economic EFTA emergence established Euroneutrals Europe's European Community European politics European security order factor Final Act Finland Finnish force foreign policy framework future geopolitical geostrategic landscape German Democratic Republic German question global goal Gorbachev Helsinki Henry Kissinger ideological IEWSS increasingly institutions integration interdependence Kennan Länder major military alliances Moscow negotiations neutral organic Ostpolitik peace perestroika postwar President primarily problems rapprochement relationship result reunification reunification of Germany revolution of 1989 role security system security thinking Soviet Union stability status quo strategy strengthening structure superpowers threat tion Treaty unification unified United Warsaw Pact West European West German Western world politics Yalta York Zbigniew Brzezinski