The Unexpected Origins of Peace: Three Case Studies
John Orme investigates the unfolding of rapprochement between Austria and Germany, West Germany and the Soviet Union, and Egypt and Israel. He concludes that threat or use of force can, contrary to widespread opinion, provide the crucial impetus for reconciliation between international rivals.
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Ukraine, Russia, and the West
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