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Soviet risk-taking and crisis behaviour: from confrontation to coexistence?

Hannes Adomeit

Soviet risk-taking and crisis behaviour: from confrontation to coexistence?

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Published by International Institute for Strategic Studies in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Soviet Union
    • Subjects:
    • Soviet Union -- Foreign relations.

    • Edition Notes

      SeriesAdelphi papers,, no. 101
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsU162 .A3 no. 101, DK266 .A3 no. 101
      The Physical Object
      Pagination40 p.
      Number of Pages40
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5105973M
      LC Control Number74178287

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Oct 26,  · Brody, Richard and Vesecky, John, ‘Soviet Openness to Changing Situations: A Critical Evaluation of Certain Hypotheses About Soviet Foreign Policy Behavior’, in Triska, Jan F. (ed.), Communist Party-States: Comparative and International Studies (New York, ), pp.

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Harrison. Small Nations in Times of Crisis and Confrontation. State University of New York Press, cal, diplomatic, and military behavior in one of the most dramatic periods of their history and the world's. edged that a small nation's efforts to arrive at peaceful coexistence, how­. Description: The Russian Review is a multi-disciplinary academic journal devoted to the history, literature, culture, fine arts, cinema, society, and politics of the peoples of the former Russian Empire and former Soviet Union.

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Soviet. The "lessons" of the Cuban missile crisis occupy a central place both in United States foreign policy and in international relations theory. For policymakers, the crisis confirmed a number of tenets about the utility of power in a nuclear world and the ways in which relations with the Soviet.

Oct 08,  · Convergence or Confrontation. October 8, Peaceful coexistence loses its meaning, according to every relevant Soviet statement, when the achievement of a preponderance of Soviet power and a shift of the nuclear balance favorable to the Soviet Union make it possible to proceed with the “unfinished business of the revolution”—the social.

president during part of the cold war and especially during the superpower rivalry and the Cuban missile crisis. he was the president who went on TV and told the public about the crisis and allowed the leader of the soviet union to withdraw their missiles.

other events, which were during his terms was the building of the Berlin wall, the space race, and early events of the Vietnamese. Aug 05,  · The existence of two separate German states; West Germany, or the Federal Republic of Germany (FRG), and East Germany, or the German Democratic Republic (GDR), governed by two opposing ideologies, caused a number of crises in the years prior, and up to the end of the Cold War, not least the East German uprising ofthe Berlin blockade and airlift, and the series of crises over.

In the public debate that has marked the progress of what is called the cold war, no term has been used more loosely, and at times unscrupulously, than the word "coexistence." In the article under his name, published in the last issue of Foreign Affairs, Mr.

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Jan 27,  · Brinkmanship, foreign policy practice in which one or both parties force the interaction between them to the threshold of confrontation in order to gain an advantageous negotiation position over the other.

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Oct 15,  · T he world stood still 50 years ago during the last week of October, from the moment when it learned that the Soviet Union had placed nuclear-armed missiles in Cuba until the crisis was officially. With this economic advantage, the majority in the region entertained ideas of secession.

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MEDIA. an international crisis in Octoberthe closest approach to nuclear war at any time between the U.S. and the USSR. When the U.S. discovered Soviet nuclear missiles on Cuba, President John F. Kennedy demanded their removal and announced a naval blockade of the island; the Soviet leader Khrushchev acceded to the U.S.

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London: George Allen & Unwin, Author: A.T. Symeonides. Mar 12,  · Excerpts From Speech by Secretary Kissinger in Boston on U.S. Foreign Policy Through crisis after crisis nations moved to confrontation and then retreated to compromise.

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Yet as so often would be the case during the Berlin Crisis ofevents would be driven not by the facts but by misunderstandings and miscommunication. Russia–United Kingdom relations, also Anglo–Russian relations, involve the bilateral relationship between Russia and Great Britain.

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