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In From The Cold Germany, Russia, And The Future Of Europe

By Vladimir Baranovsky Copyright 1993
    by Routledge

    352 Pages
    by Routledge

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    In this timely book, distinguished scholars from the Peace Research Institute Frankfurt and institutes of the Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow take up the challenge passionately articulated in the Foreword by Eduard Shevardnadze. Considering the unprecedented opportunities for unifying a region split into antagonistic blocs for more than forty

    Foreword -- Preface -- Continuity and Change -- The Transformation of East-West Relations and the New Security Agenda in Europe -- Beyond Antagonism: In Search of a New Identity After Real Socialism -- Security and the Future Architecture of Europe -- Beyond the East-West Conflict: Institutionalizing Security and Cooperation in Europe -- The Role of NATO in the Emerging European Security System -- Back to Europe? The Old Continent and the New Policy in Moscow -- From Internationalism to Nationalism: The Soviet Armed Forces and the Winds of Change -- An Unfinished Agenda: Arms Control and Disarmament in Europe -- Germany - A European Problem? -- Germany Assumes a Dominant Position in the European House -- Moscow and Bonn: From Confrontation to Partnership -- Europe on the Way to Integration? -- Victims of Transition: The Failure of Economic Integration in the East and the Collapse of COMECON -- The European Community: Nucleus of European Integration? -- The Difficult Return of the Prodigal Son: Central and Eastern Europe on the Threshold of the 21st Century -- Towards a European Economic Space? The Political Changes in the East as a Challenge to the West