Beyond the Cold War--Again: 1955 and the 1990s
Ronald W. Pruessen suggests renewed emphasis on the study of history as one way of coping with the disorientation that can come in the wake of the cold war's end. He examines the purported thaw in the cold war after Joseph Stalin's death and argues that it provides insights for dealing with the end of the cold war today.
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Developments in Beijing
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