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International relations after the Cold War


EN: International affairs / The Royal Institute of International Affairs.(London, U.K.).Vol. 84, no. 2 (March 2008), p. 335-350.

The end of the Cold War is arguably the most significant development in international relations since 1945, and the most difficult to explain. This work is a reconsideration of the causes and consequences of the chain of events whereby the Cold War ended, and their implications for the study and practice of international relations in the post-Cold War period.


Litvinov's recognition of diversity

How the Cold War ended

Characterizing the post-Cold War period


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