Table of contents for Statecraft and security : the Cold War and beyond / edited by Ken Booth.


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Introduction Ken Booth
Part I. Cold War: Lessons and Legacies: 1. Cold Wars of the mind Ken Booth
2. Who is to blame for the Cold War Raymond L. Garthoff
3. Nuclear lessons of the Cold War Richard Ned Lebow and Janice Gross Stein
4. A Cold War life, and beyond Ken Booth, Michael Clarke, Donald Daniel, Cori Dauber, Michael Herman and John McDonnell
Part II. Post-Cold War: Power and Policies: 5. Can the United States lead the world John Steinbruner
6. Can Russia escape its past? Oles M. Smolansky
7. Imperialism, dependency and autocolonialism in the Eurasian space Karen Dawisha
8. Western Europe: challenges of the post-Cold War world Catherine McArdle Kelleher
9. Europe and the wider world: the security challenge Robert O'Neill
10. A new Japan? A new history? Geoffrey Hawthorn
11. New China, new Cold War? Michael Cox
12. Africa: crisis and challenge
13. Of medium powers and middling roles Denis Stairs
Part III. Beyond: Resistances and Re-inventions: 14. International peace and security in the twenty-first century Barry M. Blechman
15. Affluence, poverty and the idea of a post-scarcity society Anthony Giddens
16. The future of the human past Philip Allott
Conclusion: security within global transformation Ken Booth
Index.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: World politics 1989-Cold War Influence