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CND - the challenge of the post cold-war era
Mark Lindsay Harrison
Written in English
Thesis (Ph.D.) - Loughborough University of Technology, 1994.
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CND: the challenge of the post-war era The intention of this work has been threefold. Firstly it examines in some detail the history of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND) from its inception during the late 's to the beginning of the 's, as the Peace Movement begins to respond to the changes wrought by the ending of the cold war Author: Mark L.
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Nuclear Weapons, Scientists, and the Post-Cold War Challenge: Selected Papers on Arms Control. This volume includes a representative selection of Sidney Drell''s recent writings and speeches (circa to the present) on public policy issues with substantial scientific components.2/5(1).
"The Refugee Challenge in Post-Cold War America is vital contemporary history. García explains the increasingly complex motivations that shape U.S. policy and the role of stakeholders inside and outside government.
This book is essential reading on the politics of protection.". People, States and Fear: An Agenda for International Security Studies in the Post-Cold War Era $ Only 1 left in stock - order by: The unfolding post-Cold War era has posed a host of challenges for the United Nations.
The dilemmas of sovereignty, rising governance demands, and scarce leadership have grown sharper. This new edition of a popular book succeeds in providing a wealth of information and analysis in an efficient, readable, and insightful format.
This article examines the context within which CND evolved and the campaign's analysis of key developments in the Cold War from its founding in to the late s.
The book re-examines debates over humanitarian intervention and the war on terror through the unique perspective of those who were cast outside the international system yet deeply invested in working to influence it.
The Bosnia crisis is an ideal episode for telling a counter-history of the past quarter-century of American unipolar g: CND. The Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND) is an organisation that advocates unilateral nuclear disarmament by the United Kingdom, international nuclear disarmament and tighter international arms regulation through agreements such as the Nuclear Non-Proliferation iation: CND.
Declassified Los Alamos report on the need for tactical nuclear weapons to provide CREDIBLE deterrence of Russia in the post-Cold War era, to avoid the s style appeasement culture that encourages enemy coercion, aggression and finally a World War.
No theater of the globe was free from Cold War struggle. From Eastern Europe to China and Korea, the Truman Administration was beset with the challenge of halting the advance of communism.
As the wave of decolonization washed through the southern part of the globe, each new nation would be courted by the superpowers. The independence of Israel Missing: CND. These events illustrate the variety of new activities for the UN in the post-Cold War era.
Indeed, the Cold War's end found the United Nations in greater demand than ever before to deal with peace and security issues as well as environment and development issues, population growth, humanitarian disasters, and other problems. Established inthe North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) performed its assigned mission exceedingly well as it secured peace for its member states and avoided military confrontation between the superpowers during the remaining four decades of the Cold War.
But with the dramatic changes. All of these contributions can enrich and broaden oneís understanding of post-Cold War international relations. Notes. This point relies heavily on M. East, ìForeign Policy-Making in the Post-Cold War Era,î a paper delivered at the International Studies Association convention, San Diego, California, April2.
Books shelved as post-cold-war: In Times of Fading Light by Eugen Ruge, Revolution Unending: Afghanistan To The Present by Gilles Dorronsoro, Bashar. Mission Failure America and the World in the Post-Cold War Era Michael Mandelbaum. A sweeping account of American foreign policy in the post-Cold War era; Argues that the US cannot succeed when attempting to align vastly different societies more closely with Western ideology.
Keeping the Peace in the Post-Cold War Era Strengthening Multilateral Peacekeeping By Enid C.B. Schoettle, John Roper, Masashi Nishihara, and Olara A. Otunnu October 1, Another feature of a post-Cold War era is the challenge of assisting an increasingly Islamic caseload.
The international relief system is not prepared for dealing with Islamic refugees and. The Brexit vote, the Hungarian referendum, the rise of nationalist parties all over Europe, the near-derailing of the Canada-EU free trade agreement–all point to internal challenges.
Finally, the United States itself may be on the verge of reorienting its foreign. The Best Cold War Novels Spy fiction relating to the Cold War.
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This article not only switches attention to British literature, but makes the case for the s as a nuclear decade, arguing that the late Cold War context, especially renewed fears of global conflict, produced a distinctive nuclear literature and by: 8.This is “Post-Cold War International Relations”, section from the book A Primer on Politics (v.
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It explains why technological innovation became so important in war, and how this imperative influenced both our understanding of war and the interaction between war and the state. The second section examines why the imperative for technological innovation persisted, and why the war–state infrastructure survived in the post-Cold War : Warren Chin.