Review of "The Cold War: What do we Now Know?"
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This paper presents a review of the article "The Cold War: What do we now know?" by Melvyn Leffler which focuses on the origins of the Cold War. The paper gives particular attention to the link between the relationship and interactions between national decision making and the international system as a whole. It also examines the period of detente between the U.S. and USSR.
From the Paper:"In his article entitled 'The Cold War What do We Now Know' Melvyn Leffler undertakes a review of the modern literature concerning the period of detente between the United States and the Soviet Union known as the Cold War. Leffler proposes that the sheer number of new treatises on the topic suggest that we have to think more deeply about the connections between power, culture and political economy as well as the linkages between beliefs, perceptions and behavior.(Leffler) The challenge forLeffler however is that none..."
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Review of "The Cold War: What do we Now Know?" (2008, December 01) Retrieved October 03, 2022, from https://www.academon.com/article-review/review-of-the-cold-war-what-do-we-now-know-122091/
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