Table of contents for Ostpolitik, 1969-1974 : European and global responses / edited by Carole Fink [and] Bernd Schaefer.


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Part I. Adversaries and Allies: 1. Dealing with Bonn: Leonid Brezhnev and the Soviet response to West German Ostpolitik Andrey Edemskiy; 2. Ostpolitik and Poland Krystof Ruchniewicz; 3. The difficult path to the establishment of relations between Czechoslovakia and West Germany Oldrich Tuma; 4. To grin and bear it: the Nixon administration and Ostpolitik Holger Klitzing; 5. Chancellor Brandt's Ostpolitik, France, and the Soviet Union Marie-Pierre Rey; Part II. Global Responses: 6. Ostpolitik, 'Fernostpolitik', and Sino-Soviet rivalry: China and the two Germanys Bernd Schaefer; 7. West German Ostpolitik and Korean South-North relations Menung-Hoan Noh; 8. India and Ostpolitik Amit Das Gupta; 9. Ostpolitik and West German-Israeli relations Carole Fink; 10. Ostpolitik and the relations between West Germany and South Africa Tilman Dedering; 11. 'You have the political prestige and we the material opportunity': Tito and Brandt and Toto between Ostpolitik and non-alignment Milan Kosanovic; 12. Abstinence and Ostpolitik: Brandt's government and the nuclear question William Glenn Gray; 13. Conclusion Bernd Schaefer and Carole Fink.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Germany (West) -- Foreign relations -- Europe, Eastern.
Germany (West) -- Foreign relations -- Europe.
Europe -- Foreign relations -- Germany (West)
World politics -- 1945-1989.
Brandt, Willy, -- 1913-1992.