The Politics of diplomacy: revolution, war and peace, 1989-1992Author: Baker, James Addison ; DeFrank, Thomas M.Publisher: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1995.Language: EnglishDescription: 687 p. : Photos ; 687 p.ISBN: 0399140875Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes index
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J10.33 .U7 XX C B35 1995
Politics of Diplomacy Politics of Diplomacy Acknowledgments Preface I . The Day the Cold War Ended 2. Three Decades of Friendship 3. The World on the Eve of a Revolution 4. Rebuilding Bipartisanship: Lancing the Central American Boil vii xiii 1 17 37 47 61 5. The Soviet Union: Gorbachev, Shevardnadze, and the "New Thinking" 6 . A "Europe Whole and Free" 84 7. China: A Great Leap Backward 97 115 133 153 8. The Middle East: First Encounters with the Quagmire 9. The Spirit of Jackson Hole 10. The Fall of the Wall 11. Panama: The Day of the Dictator Is Over 177 195 2 17 230 1 12. The Arithmetic of Unification 13. Africa: The End of Apartheid I 14. Spring of Tumult: German Unification, Lithuanian Independence, and Soviet Upheaval xii C O N T E N T S Prelude to an Invasion Building the Coalition All Necessary Means Forging Consensus at Home The Last, Best Chance for Peace The Shield Becomes a Sword Passing the Brink Gorbachev's Gambit A Postwar Vision for the Mideast Saddam Stays in Power Prelude to a Mideast Conference: The Dead Cat on the Doorstep From Berlin to the Balkans Breakthrough for Peace The Empire Shaken Settlements, Loan Guarantees, and the Politics of Peace Into the Dustbin-With Entering a New Era Supporting Freedom in the New Independent States "Humanitarian Nightmare" in Bosnia From Cold War to Democratic Peace a Whimper, Not a Bang Index
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