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ISBN:0074715100
Author: Justin Briggs
ISBN13: 978-0074715109
Title: The Cold War (Contested Spaces)
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Language: English
Category: World
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (May 31, 2005)

The Cold War (Contested Spaces) by Justin Briggs



Cold War (1945-1989); Cold War - Juvenile literature. Origins of the Cold War - Development of the Cold War - Emerging detente - China's involvment - Sino-Soviet split - End of the Cold War - Soviet invasion of Afghanistan - US attitudes under Reagan - Soviet attitudes under Gorbachev - Disarmament agreements.

Development of the Cold War to 1968. All text pages mentioned from now on refer to your Contested Spaces Text by Justin Briggs. Read Contested Spaces text pages 38 – 39 to: 1) What factors did Malenkov see as necessary in preserving peace for the future: The prohibition of war propaganda, a ban on atomic and germ weapons, consistent reduction of the armed forces of the powers, extension of trade, restoration of a single international market and measures necessary to strengthen in peace. Decolonization and the Influence of the Cold War The decades following World War II were all centered on the concept of decolonization, the dismantlement of Imperial empires established prior to World War I throughout Africa and Asia

Justin Briggs is currently considered a "single author. If one or more works are by a distinct, homonymous authors, go ahead and split the author. Justin Briggs is composed of 1 name.

This book can be downloaded and read in Apple Books on your Mac or iOS device. Migration trends in Asia entered a new phase in the 1990s following the end of the Cold War which marked the advent of a renewed phase of globalization. Cities have become centrally implicated in globalization processes and, therefore, have become objects and sites of intense study. The contributors to this book reflect on the impact and significance of migration with a particular focus on the contested spaces that are emerging in urban contexts and the economic, social, religious and cultural domains with which they intersect.

War creates brutal landscapes of control and domination that embed historical differences, creating physical legacies of inequality and denial. Contested Spaces is a global study of sites of conflict. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30. Qty:1. has been added to your Cart.

Cold War. Colonialism and Imperialism. Contemporary History (post 1945). Early History (500 CE to 1500). Early Modern History (1501 to 1700). Business and Management. Criminology and Criminal Justice. Economics and Finance.

The Cold War was caused by the military expansionism of Stalin and his successors. The American respons. as basically a defensive reaction. As long as Soviet leaders clung to their dream of imposing Communism on the world, the West had no way (other than surrender) of ending the conflict. Martin P. Leffler, in his book: A Preponderance of Power: National Security, the Truman Administration and the Cold War (1992) saw the Cold War as a clash of two military establishments both seeking world domination. Marc Trachtenberg, A Contested Peace: The Making of the European Settlement, 1945-1963 (1999) claimed that the Cold War was really about settling the German question in the aftermath of World War II. So we find on the web 'no-blame' statements which present the Cold War as 'miscommunication' and a 'climate of tension', etc.

The contributors to this book reflect on the impact and significance of migration with a particular focus on the contested spaces that are emerging in urban contexts and the economic, social, religious and cultural domains with which they intersect.

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Crossing class, regional and national lines, young people used spaces free of parental supervision to create alternatives to the era's sexual conservatism and social conformity. This new youth presence worried local authorities: minors had to be shielded from the commercialised vice that was St. Pauli's stock in trade. This chapter takes a close look at the spaces of early rock and roll in St. Pauli, including the Star Club, Kaiserkeller, and Gruenspan. An exploration of the history of particular venues reveals how Hamburg created something new: a music scene that brought together German fans and British musicians who used American sounds to forge new identities and communities starting in 1960. A deep dive into these venues also reveals continuities in St. Pauli’s role as a site of popular entertainment.