3 edition of East-West conflict and European neutrality found in the catalog.
East-West conflict and European neutrality
|LC Classifications||JZ6422.5.E85 H35 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 291 p. :|
|Number of Pages||291|
|LC Control Number||88003190|
East-West Conflict and European Neutrality. New York and Oxford, Hanhimäki, Jussi M. "The First Line of Defence or a Springboard for Disintegration? European Neutrals in American Foreign Policy, –" Diplomacy and Statecraft 7 (): A valuable synthesis of U.S. policy toward Europe's neutrals. Her research interests focus specifically on the politics of neutrality in small European States, public opinion on foreign policy in Europe and the United States of America, the evolution of the European Union’s Common Security and Defence Policy, the use of methodological pluralism incorporating postpositivist and positivist approaches in.
Amongst a national literature obsessed with state partition and sectarian conflict, the issue of Irish neutrality is a minor concept, primarily due to the acceptance of Éire as a neutral entity in a 20 th Century Europe dominated by hot and cold conflict. This mythology is ignorant of the reality, making reappraisal of the ‘neutrality’ issue critical for a better understanding of Ireland. The Gorbachev-led Soviet Union presented the greatest obstacle to Bush and Kohl’s goal of incorporating East Germany lock, stock and barrel into the Federal Republic and the Atlantic alliance.
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East-West conflict and European neutrality by Harto Hakovirta (Book) 2 editions published (from for East-West to for. About this Item: Books From The Finnish Political, Condition: Very Good. Paperback. "8vo. Includes sections on "European Neutralism In The East-West System Change"; "East-West Rivalry And Regional Conflicts In The Third World"; and "Visions Of Alternative European Security Orders - The Contribution Of The West German Debate".
East-West conflict and European neutrality book East-West Conflict and European Neutrality. Oxford. Google Scholar. Huldt, B.K.A. Swedish Disarmament and Security Policy from the ’s to the ’s, [in:] Neutrality and Defence: The Swedish Experience. Buy Physical Book Learn about institutional subscriptions.
Cite chapter. Hakovirta, ‘East-West Conflict’, passim. For the most recent historiographical account of Sweden's security and defence policy in the cold war, see M. Nilsson, ‘Sweden and the Cold War: A Historiography of a Work in Progress’, International Bibliography of Military History, xxxiii (), 35– Neutrality in Twentieth-Century Europe book.
Intersections of Science, Culture, and Politics after the First World War elevated above the world of partisan conflict and power politics. varying with professional, ideological, or national context. As such, Neutrality in Twentieth-Century Europe presents a different perspective on the.
Blog of the European Journal of International Law. In an era of great power competition in which states seek to avoid “taking sides,” the international law of neutrality deserves greater attention.
Information technology is the contemporary currency of power and the global network of over submarine cables spanning somemiles is the information superhighway used for sharing This chapter examines the law of neutrality in international armed conflict.
It explains that the law of neutrality is a law emanating from the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries but has never been formally adapted since the Hague Conventions of It discusses the core duty of a neutral state which is to refrain from supporting warring parties through military means and its right to.
Harto Hakovirta Harto Hakovirta is the author of books such as East-West Conflict and European Neutrality. Books by Harto Hakovirta.
East-West Conflict and European Neutrality bipolarity, the balance of nuclear terror, and the international atmosphere of tension. The post-war era can be divided into periods with different scores on these three dimensions of East-West conflict.
One interesting question is how the dif-ferent levels of tension affect the position of neutrality. When the United States and its leading Western European allies decided at the end of the s to limit exports of strategic raw materials, products, and technology to communist countries, this policy came into conflict with the desire of many non-communist European countries not to take part in the East-West conflict.
within the era of East-West conflict. Cold War tendencies could and did exist for as long as worl d politics continued to be dominated by American and Soviet rivalry, that is from the entry of the Soviet Union and the USA into the Second World War in to the ending of the East—West conflict following the Gorbachev revolution.
East-West Conflict and European Neutrality. H Hakovirta; By rethinking neutrality through constructivism, this book argues that neutrality is intrinsically linked to identity.
Using Sweden as. Brookings Institution Press, pp., $ This exchange appears in a new book by Steven Pifer, The Eagle and the Trident: U.S.-Ukraine Relations in Turbulent was the U.S. The revisionist case: From neutrality to war.
How did Roosevelt precipitate the conflict with Japan and prepare the country for war in Europe. The revisionists argue that key events leading up to the U.S. declaration of war in show that Roosevelt sometimes used deceitful tactics to increase U.S. involvement gradually and to stir up pro-war sentiments in the American public.
Book Description. Addressing the need for an authoritative reference work to make sense of a rapidly growing and ever more complex corpus of literature, European Security is a new title from Routledge’s Critical Concepts in Military, Strategic, and Security Studies series.
Edited by Michael E. Smith, it is a four-volume collection which brings together the foundational and the very best. Abstract. Dissolution of the bipolar political and military system in Europe in the early s had brought significant changes. The Soviet Union lost control over its empire and the Warsaw Pact dissolved and stopped existing as a military alliance.
fact made the neutrality policy much less credible in both the East and the West. 4 E. Karsh, Neutrality and Small States (London ), ; H.
Hakovirta, East-West Conflict and European Neutrality (Oxford ), 5 R.H. Lindholm, Sveriges neutralitet. Swedish Neutrality (Lund ). Terminology.
A neutral country in a particular war, is a sovereign state which refrains from joining either side of the conflict and adheres to the principle of the Law of Neutrality under International gh countries have historically often declared themselves as neutral at the outbreak of war, there is no obligation for them to do so.
The rights and duties of a neutral power are.In sociology, the East–West dichotomy is the perceived difference between the Eastern and Western worlds.
Cultural rather than geographical in division, the boundaries of East and West are not fixed, but vary according to the criteria adopted by individuals using the term.
Historically, Asia (excluding Siberia) was regarded as the East, and Europe was regarded as the West.In recent years a series of crises have erupted on the European Union's eastern borders. Russia's annexation of Crimea and the subsequent conflict in eastern Ukraine presented the EU with a major foreign policy challenge, in both Ukraine and across the other countries of .