America, Russia and the Cold War, 1941-1998 (Longman Companions To History) Textbook Binding – 4 Jan 1999
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"a quick and dependable way into the issues of this era...Even for the well-informed this volume contains new insights"Intelligence and National Security
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John W. Young is Chair of the Politics Department at the University of Leicester.
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A true companion
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Throughout my time at University studying European & International Politics I have constantly gone back to this book as a true companion for work on the Cold War, foreign policy etc. It provides factual and summarised information on the chronology of events 1945-1998. Though it doesn't offer detailed information on all events, it acts as an excellent reference point.