World Politics Since 1945

ISBN-10: 1405899387

ISBN-13: 9781405899383

Edition: 9th 2009 (Revised)

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List price: $62.95
Edition: 9th
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: Routledge
Publication date: 10/30/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 856
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.50" long x 1.75" tall
Weight: 0.616
Language: English

List of maps
Acknowledgements
Introduction
The Cold War
The Cold War
Beginnings
The division of Germany
NATO and the Soviet empire to the Cuban crisis
The arms race
The perplexities of the United States
The disintegration of the USSR
The limits of superpower
The Far East
Japan
China
The triumph of Mao
China and the superpowers
Resurrection
Xinjiang and Tibet
Korea
Europe remodelled
Western Europe
Recovery
Franco-German entente
Britain on the edge
European Union (west)
European Union (east-west)
The southern flank
Central and eastern Europe
Stalin's empire
After Stalin
End of empire
Yugoslavia and Albania
Federated Yugoslavia
Dissolution: Serbs, Croats and Slovenes
Partition: Bosnia-Herzegovina
Kosovo
Macedonia and Albania
Notes
Northern Ireland
The Basques
Cyprus
The Middle East
Islam
Turkey
The Arabs and Israel to the Suez War
The creation of Israel
Arab revolutions
The Suez War
From Suez to the death of Nasser
Reassessments
The decline of Nasser and the Six-Day War
The destruction of Lebanon
The Yom Kippur War
Civil war
Camp David
Israel's invasion of Lebanon
Towards a Palestinian state
King Hussein's diplomacy
Israel's dilemma
Iran and Gulf Wars
Oil and nationalism
The shah and the ayatollah
Saddam Hussein
Kuwait and the Gulf War
The destruction of Iraq
The Arabian peninsula
The Saudi kingdom
The southern fringe
Britain and the Persian Gulf
Notes
The Kurds
The Shi'ites
Sectarian violence
South Asia
The Indian sub-continent
The first partition
Northern borders: Tibet, Kashmir, the Himalayan states
The second partition
The Indo-Chinese peninsula
South-east Asia and ASEAN
Afghanistan
Notes
Central Asia
Sri Lanka
Africa
General
North Africa
The Maghrib
Libya and Chad
West Africa
Independence
The coastal loop from Senegal to Benin
Landlocked: Mali, Burkina Faso, Niger
Nigeria
Central Africa
Congo-Zaire-Congo
Rwanda and Burundi
West Central Africa
East Africa
Sudan
Darfur
The Horn
Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya
Africa's deep south
The legacy of Cecil Rhodes
Mozambique-Angola-Namibia
South Africa
Russians, Cubans, Chinese
Notes
The Malagasy Republic and the Indian Ocean
Botswana, Lesotho, Ngwane
The Homelands or Bantustans
Latin America
South America
General
Central America
Cuba and the Caribbean
Note
Guyana and Surinam
World order
World order
Preventing wars
Preventing economic disasters
Neutralism and realignment
Poverty
Notes
Canada
Very small states
The Poles
The law of the sea
The sovereign state
Index
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