Neither War Nor Peace The Struggle for Power in the Post-War World
This book, first published in 1960, is an analysis of the turbulent and revolutionary world politics of the 15 years following the Second World War. It examines the main themes of revolutionary forces, totalitarianism and imperialism, including, in detail, the social questions that lie behind them.
Part 1. The Post-War World, 1945–1953 1. Europe 2. The Arabs and their Neighbours 3. Asia Part 2. Forces of Revolution 4. Land and Peasants 5. Workers and Bourgeois 6. The Intelligentsia 7. The Seizure of Power Part 3. Totalitarianism 8. The Totalitarian Regime 9. Totalitarianism and Liberty 10. Totalitarianism and Foreign Policy Part 4. Imperialism 11. Nationalism and Imperialism 12. European Colonial Policies in Africa 13. Other Imperialisms 14. Racialism Part 5. The World Since Stalin 15. Europe 16. The Arabs and their Neighbours 17. Asia 18. Latin America 19. Problems of Western Policy