Russia, America and the Cold War, 1949-1991

Russia America and the Cold War There has been much scholarly debate about the Cold War since the last edition of this text was published The new edition incorporates these perspectives and insights and assesses the economic cost of

  • Title: Russia, America and the Cold War, 1949-1991
  • Author: Martin McCauley
  • ISBN: 9780582784826
  • Page: 186
  • Format: Paperback
  • There has been much scholarly debate about the Cold War since the last edition of this text was published The new edition incorporates these perspectives and insights and assesses the economic cost of the conflict from a Russian point of view It also examines the influence of the cold war on international relations and wars.

    One thought on “Russia, America and the Cold War, 1949-1991”

    1. The editor of the second edition fell down on the job. There are several glaring errors. Such as quotes about the price of Gulf War I. Was it $100 billion or $100 million as referenced a couple pages later?The claim about Sputnik and Eisenhower is outlandish and with no documentation provided can be treated as little more than a conspiracy theory.Like most books it confuses Russia with the Soviet Union. As such it misses the complexity of the Cold War.The book might be appropriate for eight grad [...]

    2. E o carte buna daca nu chiar foarte buna, initial mi-a cam intrat cu spini in minte pentru ca a trebuie sa o citesc intr-o saptamana pentru un seminar, dar daca vreti o carte despre Razboiul Rece asa mai pe intelesul tuturor, o recomand cu caldura. Nu este greoaie si nu te incurca cu filosofie politica ca sa mori de plictiseala.

    3. This is the successor volume to McCauley's book on the origins of the war and it does a similarly good job of covering a different area of the Cold War.

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