This book, first published in 1946, analyses the state of the world at the close of the Second World War. Global power was passing from Britain to the United States and the Soviet Union, with the US being involved in every part of the world, Russia dominant in eastern Europe and the world looked a very uncertain place. This survey of the main three powers examines their changing conditions and foreign policies.
Table of Contents
1. The Changing World 2. The United States and Britain 3. An Anglo-Saxon Superstate? 4. Facing the Continent of Europe 5. Objectives and Aims of Soviet Policy 6. Between Germany and Russia 7. The Powers in the Middle East 8. The Powers in the Far East 9. Russia and the United States 10. Conclusion
David J. Dallin