- Globalization and the Collapse of the Soviet Union. Yeremina, Mariana; Bangura, Abdul Karim // Journal of International Diversity;2012, Vol. 2012 Issue 3, p142
Due to globalization, increased technology and communication, Russia was suddenly confronted with an international arena in which democratic and liberal ideas were relayed. According to two liberal thinkers, Daniel Deudney and G. John Ikenberry, perceptions and knowledge are factors that shape...
- The Democratic Advantage: Institutional Foundations of Financial Power in International Competition. Schultz, Kenneth A.; Weingast, Barry R. // International Organization;Winter2003, Vol. 57 Issue 1, p3
Skepticism about the quality of democratic foreign policy has a long lineage in international relations scholarship. Democracies were thought to be indecisive, slow to act, weak of purpose, squeamish about using force, and subject to the changing whims of public opinion. Democracies risked the...
- THEORETICAL APPROACH OF THE COMMERCIAL BALANCE OF POWER IN THE AMERICAN CONTINENT AFTER COLD WAR. // Journal of International Business & Economics;2010, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p97
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- MULTINATIONAL CORPORATIONS AND THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF U.S.-EUROPEAN RELATIONS. Moran, Theodore H. // Journal of International Affairs;Spring/Summer76, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p65
Focuses on the impact of the operations of multinational corporations on U.S.-Europe economic relations. Overview of the economic policies of Europe; Effect of the Cold War on international trade; Reactions of Europe to the investments of U.S. multinational corporations; Implications for...
- Further Reading. // Cold War in the Middle East, 1950-1989;2007, p76
A list of books that explore the Cold War in the Middle East is presented.
- Thinking globally from a regional perspective: Chinese, Indonesian, and Malaysian reflections on... Foot, Rosemary // Contemporary Southeast Asia: A Journal of International & Strate;Jun96, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p17
Compares the global changes due to the ending of the Cold War, in China, Indonesia and Malaysia. Discussion on the East Asian analyses of the global changes; Details on the post-Cold War global structure; Indepth look at United States who is the exclusive superpower.
- Democracies may rarely fight one another, but developed socialist states rarely fight at all. Oren, Ido; Hays, Jude // Alternatives: Global, Local, Political;Oct-Dec1997, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p493
Focuses on the analytical division of the world as it was perceived by the Soviet Union during the Cold War. Examination of how the world was analytically partitioned by the Soviets; Indepth look at the intricacies and details of the Soviet theory of international relations; Listing of...
- The Cold War. // Junior Scholastic;4/12/96, Vol. 98 Issue 16, p8
Presents historical facts on events taking place during The Cold War as a result of the United States and the Soviet Union's battle for leadership. Date and place where Cold War began; Cuban Missile Crisis and the possible commencement of a nuclear war in 1962; Winston Churchill's views on the...
- Origins of the Cold War: New evidence. Flaherty, Patrick // Monthly Review: An Independent Socialist Magazine;May96, Vol. 48 Issue 1, p35
Investigates the origins of the Cold War by examining Soviet and East European archives. Soviet responsibility; Imperialist designs of the United States; Maiskii Memorandum; Strategic imbalance between the United States and Soviet Union.