Human Rights Activism and the End of the Cold War: A Transnational History of the Helsinki Network (Human Rights in History) Hardcover – 20 Jun 2011
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'… innovative conceptually and methodologically and makes an extremely important contribution to the study of international affairs during the 1970s and 1980s, including the ending of the Cold War.' Akira Iriye, Harvard University
'An important and engaging contribution to the growing literature on 'the Helsinki effect' - how non-binding agreements may in effect punch above their weight by effecting powerful changes to the contours of international politics.' Elizabeth Borgwardt, author of A New Deal for the World: America's Vision for Human Rights, 1941–1946
'… Sarah Snyder's well-researched study demonstrates the role played by the Helsinki Final Act in bringing democracy and respect for human rights to Eastern Europe.' International Affairs
Explores how, in the aftermath of the signing of the Helsinki Final Act in 1975, a transnational network of activists committed to human rights in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe made human rights a central element of East-West diplomacy.See all Product description
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