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by Kenneth W. Thompson

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ISBN:
0819185183
Author:
Kenneth W. Thompson
Category:
Humanities
Language:
English
Publisher:
University Press Of America (March 31, 1992)
Pages:
258 pages
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Kenneth W. Thompson is Commonwealth Professor of Government and Foreign Affairs at the University of Virginia. Series: The Miller Center Series on a World in Change (Book 4). Hardcover: 258 pages.

Kenneth W. He Is the author of Cold War Theories. Publisher: UPA (April 10, 1992).

A timely explanation of change in the newly democratic Poland. Contributors include leading Polish and American scholars, two . ambassadors to Poland, Lech Walesa's principal assistants and the leading .

Volume I in the series examines the impact of change. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read

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Contents: Change in the Soviet Union: Political Dynamics in the Gorbachev Era; Gorbachev and Change in. .Kenneth W. He Is the author of Cold War Theories

Kenneth W. Thompson (August 29, 1921 – February 2, 2013) was an American academic and author known for his contributions to normative theory in international relations. In 1978 he became director of the Miller Center of Public Affairs at the University of Virginia. He retired as director in 1998, but continued to head its Forum Program until 2004. Thompson received his P. from the University of Chicago in 1950 and taught there and at Northwestern University from 1949 to 1955

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Thompson’s aim is to find the best framework for understanding how the Cold War originated, what forces and factors . Volume I follows the course of the Cold War from the end of World War II and America demobilization through the war in Korea.

Thompson’s aim is to find the best framework for understanding how the Cold War originated, what forces and factors produced it, how Soviet and American policies intensified the conflict, and what alternatives were open to the rivals. He evenhandedly sets forth three competing theories of the Cold War-the orthodox, revisionist, and ive views-and reveals how the ideological confines of certain interpretations have made for incomplete understanding.

This book addresses the isssue of NATO's role in today's world. It explores how changes in international political structures have influenced NATO's position and policies, as well as our view of its capacities. The essays in this book look at a variety of controversial issues, paying particular attention to debates over seeing NATO as a modern structure or as an obsolete organization. Thompson (Thompson, Kenneth . used books, rare books and new books. Find all books by 'Kenneth W. Thompson' and compare prices Find signed collectible books by 'Kenneth W. Thompson'. Foreign assistance: A view from the private sector.

A timely explanation of change in the newly democratic Poland. Contributors include leading Polish and American scholars, two U.S. ambassadors to Poland, Lech Walesa's principal assistants and the leading U.S. scholar on Poland. Walter Osiatynski compares the American and Polish constitutions; Lech Falandysz traces the path from communist legality to the rule of law in Poland while Janusz Onyszkiewicz looks at the transition from totalitarianism to democracy. Taking on the presidency and politics in Poland, Leszek Garlicki asks if it is the wrong institutions or the wrong persons and Eugenuisz Piontek discusses challenges of the 1990s. Turning to Poland and American foreign policy, the U.S. Ambassador John R. Davis, Jr. looks at prospects for the future and Ambassador Richard T. Davies interprets changes in Poland and Eastern Europe. Andzej Korbonski provides the summing up with a look at changes overall in Eastern Europe. Co-published with the Miller Center of Public Affairs.