Out of the Cold: New Thinking for American Foreign and Defence Policy in the Twenty-first Century

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Robert McNamara draws on his experience working for the government during the Cuban missile crisis and the Vietnam war, to trace US-Soviet relations in the last three decades, and opens the debate on America's post-Cold War future. Since World War II the United States and the Soviet Union have been engulfed in mutual suspicion and hostility. Gorbachev's reforms and a shifting world economic picture are initiating changes in America's relations with other countries as well as within its own borders. Robert McNamara lays the ...

Out of the Cold: New Thinking for American Foreign and Defence Policy in the Twenty-first Century 1990, Bloomsbury Publishing PLC, London

ISBN-13: 9780747505563

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