1st Edition

The End Of Superpower Conflict In The Third World

By Melvin A Goodman Copyright 1993
    188 Pages
    by Routledge

    200 Pages
    by Routledge

    This book describes the efforts of the United States and the former Soviet Union to resolve regional confrontations. It examines Gorbachev's inheritance in Latin America regarding Soviet-U.S. cooperation and conflict, and prospects for future Russian-U.S. cooperation.

    Preface -- Introduction: Moscow’s Plan for Conflict Resolution in the Third World -- Implications of “New Thinking” for Russian-American Cooperation in the Middle East and Persian Gulf -- Russian-American Cooperation in Latin America Since Gorbachev -- U.S.-Russian Cooperation in Africa -- Soviet and American Peacemaking Efforts in Regional Conflicts in Asia: Afghanistan and Cambodia -- Security and Uncertainty in the Pacific -- Conclusion: The End of Superpower Conflict


    Melvin A. Goodman,