Cold War History (12/1, hiver 2012)

Cold War History, vol. 12, no 1, hiver 2012


Articles :

  • Holger Nehring and Benjamin Ziemann, “Do all paths lead to Moscow? The NATO dual-track decision and the peace movement – a critique”, p. 1-24
  • Marco Wyss, “Neutrality in the early Cold War: Swiss arms imports and neutrality”, p. 25-49
  • Christopher Hull, “Parallel spheres: Anglo-American cooperation over Cuba, 1959–61”, p. 51-68
  • Asa McKercher, “‘The most serious problem’? Canada–US relations and Cuba, 1962”, p. 69-88
  • Nathan J. Citino, “The ‘crush’ of ideologies: The United States, the Arab world, and Cold War modernisation”, p. 89-110
  • Elena Dragomir, “The perceived threat of hegemonism in Romania during the second détente”, p. 111-134
  • Robert Samuel, “Conservative intellectuals and the Reagan–Gorbachev summits”, p. 135-157
  • Austin Jersild, “The great betrayal: Russian memories of the ‘great friendship'”, p. 159-169

Compte rendus :

  • Luca Tardelli, Leaders at war: how presidents shape military interventions, p. 171-172
  • Vanni Pettinà, The Bay of Pigs, p. 172-173
  • Sarah B. Snyder, An outsider in the White House: Jimmy Carter, his advisors, and the making of American foreign policy, p. 174-175
  • Jost Dülffer, Yalta 1945: Europe and America at the crossroads, p. 175-176
  • Stephen J. Scala, Divided, but not disconnected: German experiences of the Cold War, p. 176-178
  • Barbara Zanchetta, L’appuntamento mancato: La sinistra italiana e il Dissenso nei regimi comunisti (1968–1989), p. 178-179
  • Kaeten Mistry, Confronting America: the Cold War between the United States and the communists in France and Italy, p. 179-180
  • Maurice Vaïsse, Globalizing De Gaulle: international perspectives on French foreign policies, 1958–1969, p. 180-182

Emilia Robin

Chercheuse associée à l'UMR SIRICE. Violons d'Ingres : guerre froide, médiation scientifique, logiciels libres

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