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.
Table of Contents
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,