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by Robert C. Grogin

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  • ISBN 0739101390
  • ISBN13 978-0739101391
  • Language English
  • Author Robert C. Grogin
  • Publisher Lexington Books (December 28, 2000)
  • Pages 368
  • Formats mbr lrf docx txt
  • Category Different
  • Subcategory Humanities
  • Size ePub 1450 kb
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In an attempt to explain the seemingly a priori antagonisms of the Soviet Union and the United States during the Cold War, Natural Enemies stands apart from previous literature on the topic. Looking at modern European history and the rise of the United States as a superpower, Robert Grogin contends that the Cold War eventually arose out of the clash of two ideologically motivated political systems. Grogin helps us see how the conflict between an American, Wilsonian-inspired politics and Soviet Leninist ideology developed into a gulf that was bound to be antagonistic from the start. The various postwar crises and failed attempts at détente frame this struggle, as Grogin charts the geopolitical trajectory of the conflict until its final dissolution. With an eye toward understanding the impact of this period on subsequent world events, Natural Enemies presents an integrated and original interpretation of Cold War history.

Natural Enemies: The Unit. has been added to your Cart. Robert C. Grogin is associate professor of history at the University of Saskatchewan.

Natural Enemies: The Unit. He is the author of The Bergsonian Controversy in France, 1900-1914 (1988).

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Grogin helps us see how the conflict between an American, Wilsonian-inspired politics and Soviet Leninist ideology .

Grogin helps us see how the conflict between an American, Wilsonian-inspired politics and Soviet Leninist ideology developed into a gulf that was bound to be antagonistic from the start. The various postwar crises and failed attempts at detente frame this struggle, as Grogin charts the geopolitical trajectory of the conflict until its final dissolution. With an eye toward understanding the impact of this period on subsequent world events, Natural Enemies presents an integrated and original interpretation of Cold War history.

Natural Enemies : The United States and the Soviet Union in the Cold War, 1917-1991.

Robert C. Grogin, Natural Enemies: The United States and the Soviet Union in the Cold War, 1917–1991. Students of the Cold War continue to produce brief syntheses, aided since the early 1990s by the appearance of fresh primary and secondary material and the debates about that material. These two volumes are examples of this genre. Although they are rather different in strategy and tactics, both books are aimed at general audiences. The collective volume makes the more significant contribution.

Publisher: Lanham : Lexington Books, 2001. Summary: This volume attempts to explain the seemingly a priori antagonisms of the Soviet Union and the United States during the Cold War. It contends that the Cold War eventually arose out of the clash of two ideologically motivated political systems.