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16 black & white illustrations, 2 black & white line drawings
4th Revised edition
Table Of Contents
List of figures. List of maps. Foreword. Chronology. Who's Who. Part One: Background. 1. Setting the Scene Part Two: Descriptive Analysis 2. Moscow's View of the World 3. Conflicts During the War 4. 1945: The Turning-Point 6. Culture Wars 7. The Truman Doctrine and the Marshall Plan 8. The Soviet Response 9. The Third World 10. The United Nations and the Concept of Collective Security Part Three: Assessment 11. Was it all inevitable? Part Four: Documents Further reading. References. Index.
Martin McCauley is a prolific author and broadcaster who has a wealth of experience in Soviet, Russian and international affairs. He was at the University of London for over 30 years, and his recent publications include Russia, America and the Cold War, 2nd edition (2008), Stalin and Stalinism, 3rd edition (2008) and The Rise and Fall of the Soviet Union (2007).