Table of contents for Ending the Cold War / edited by Richard K. Hermann and Richard Ned Lebow.

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What Was The Cold War? When and Why Did it End?--Richard K. Herrmann & Richard Ned Lebow
Turning Points and Causes
Gorbachev and the End of the Cold War--Archie Brown
Regional Conflicts as Turning Points: The Soviet and American Withdrawal from Afghanistan, Angola and Nicaragua--Richard K. Herrmann
Turning Points in Arms Control--Matthew Evangelista
The Emancipation of Eastern Europe--Jacques Levesque
German Unification--James A. Davis & William H. Wohlforth
Comparing Turning Points and Causes
Leadership and the End of the Cold War: A Counterfactual Thought Experiment--George W. Breslauer & Richard Ned Lebow
Why did the Cold War End?--Richard Ned Lebow & Janice Gross Stein
Learning from the End of the Cold War--Richard K. Herrmann

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Cold War, World politics 1945-1989, United States Foreign relations Soviet Union, Soviet Union Foreign relations United States, Disarmament, Germany History Unification, 1990