2 edition of Detente and Soviet policy in Southeast Asia found in the catalog.
Detente and Soviet policy in Southeast Asia
K. S. Nathan
by Gateway Pub. House in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
|LC Classifications||DS525.9.S65 N37 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 171 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||171|
|LC Control Number||85942286|
Mr. Kieninger is the author of The Diplomacy of Détente: Cooperative Security Policies from Helmut Schmidt to George Shultz. The French word Détente means a release of tensions and is used to. The origins of World War II, – World War II, – The coming of the Cold War, – Total Cold War and the diffusion of power, – Dependence and disintegration in the global village, – The end of the Cold War. The quest for a new world order, – Toward a .
. Which nation is located in Southeast Asia? (Points: 3) Japan Malaysia Pakistan Taiwan 2. Into what two major landforms is Southeast Asia divided? (Points: 3) a peninsula and several archipelagos tall mountains and a dry desert plains and plateaus a basin and a river valley 3. Which is a climate found in Southeast Asia? (Points: 3) Mediterranean tropical wet marine west coast humid. The Cold War in East Asia, – studies Asia as a second front in the Cold War, examining how the six powers—the United States, the Soviet Union, China, Japan, and North and South Korea—interacted with one another and forged the conditions .
This is an advance preview from New Perspectives on China’s Relations with the World: National, Transnational and International (forthcoming ), Edited by Daniel Johanson, Jie Li & Tsunghan Wu. This chapter will examine the analyses of Chinese Soviet-watchers of Soviet foreign policy against the larger context of China’s political setting in the early s, before the rise of . The China-Japan Détente Examined Through the Soviet Prism Comparing current Sino-Japanese relations to the Soviet-U.S. thaw of the s. By .
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In this text, 12 authors discuss the extent to which detente between the superpowers has been reflected in Asia. The roles of the United States, the Soviet Union and China are considered, together with the situation prevailing in those countries which have been the object of superpower rivalry.
This book focuses on the activity of the Soviet Union in Southeast Asia and the effects of Soviet policy on the region from to the time of first publication in In particular, Leszek Buszynski examines the rivalry between the Soviet Union and China, Soviet presence in Vietnam, and the responsive efforts of surrounding regions towards Cited by: 1.
This book, first published infocuses on the activity of the Soviet Union in Southeast Asia and the effects of Soviet policy on the region since In particular, Leszek Busynski examines the rivalry between the Soviet Union and China, Soviet presence in Vietnam, and the responsive efforts of surrounding regions towards collective.
South-East Asia has on the whole been an area of relatively low Soviet political and economic influence throughout the Soviet Union’s existence. The reasons for this are a study in themselves: they Cited by: 1. had gained a foothold in Southeast Asia, and the prospects for detente looked promising.
After much maneuvering and time, the Soviets had achieved their objectives in the Vietnam War. One of the strengths of the book is Gaiduk's careful detailing of the diﬃcult balancing act car‐ ried out by the Soviet Union in its Vietnam policy.
Long overdue, however, is an analysis of the Cold War wherein light is thrown on Southeast Asian actors. Enter Ang Cheng Guan’s Southeast Asia’s Cold War: An Interpretive History, which represents “the first book by a single author to study the subject based on a synthesis of secondary as well as primary sources” (1–2).
In providing a contemporary account of Southeast Asia’s Cold War using Missing: Detente. For a discussion of the theory and practice of Soviet foreign policy in Southeast Asia between andsee K.S.
Nathan, Detente and Soviet Policy in Southeast Asia (Kuala Lumpur: Gateway Publishing House, ). Joseph Stalin, Economic Problems of Socialism in the US.S.R. (New York: Interna-tional Publishers, ), pp. The book begins with written by Hasegawa introduction that adds to the research, concerning balancing of the US policies with regard to the SU, China, Japan, South Korea and North Korea, and on Southeast Asia, including Vietnam and the relationship between the Vietnam War and the East Asian Cold War.
Download Citation | Confronting Vietnam: Soviet Policy toward the Indochina Conflict, (review) | Confronting Vietnam, Ilya V. Gaiduk's second book on Soviet policy toward Southeast Asia. Detente in Europe: The Soviet Union & The West Since [Van Oudenaren, John] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Detente in Europe: The Soviet Union & The West Since Van Oudenaren looks to its origins in Soviet policy earlier than previously identified and analyzes both its history and character.
His study explores Author: John Van Oudenaren. End of the Cold War – Books (listed in alphabetical order) The books below provide insights to understanding the events that led to the escalation of the second Cold War during the s and thereafter to the end of the Cold War.
Mann, J. The rebellion of Ronald Reagan: A history of the end of the Cold War. New York: Penguin g: Detente. Based partly on recently released archival documents, this noteworthy, nuanced study challenges previous views on Soviet policy toward the Vietnam War.
Gaiduk, a Russian historian based in Moscow, reveals that inthe Kremlin drew up plans to make Vietnam the U.S.S.R.'s main channel for Soviet influence in Southeast by: Despite hundreds of studies and analyses of the Vietnam War, we still have scant knowledge of deliberations and actions on the other side of the lines-in North Vietnam, China, and the Soviet Union.
In this pioneering book, a Russian historian with exclusive access to newly opened Soviet archives on the war offers a compelling account of the Kremlin's role in Vietnam. 43 “The condition of the Soviet economy is clearly the primary determinant of present Soviet foreign policy” (Marshall D.
Shulman, Foreign Affairs, Octoberp. 43). “The first and most decisive reason for this change in [the direction of a more moderate and more flexible] foreign policy was the stagnation in the Soviet economy.
To oppose the spread of communism in the Far East, the United States, great Britian, and several countries in Southeast Asia formed an alliance called the. SEATO. Dwight d Eisenhower was the president of the United States during the Cuban missile crisis.
False. the breakdown of detente and to the emergence of a loose coalition between the United. States, Western Europe, Japan, and China, a coalition that has as its major goal the. containment of further Soviet expansion by military means.
The Soviet Union has an imbalance of foreign policy resources. Over the last three decades the Soviet Union has made undeniable progress in establishing itself as a great power with which the countries of Southeast Asia will want to have diplomatic, economic, and cultural relations.
It has also succeeded in over. The Soviet Union in Southeast Asia. Canberra Papers on Strategy and Defence No. The Soviet Union contributed widely to scholarly books and journals and edited relationships and major aspects of Australian defence policy. For a complete list refer to the last pages of this Size: 9MB.
President Obama won’t, by any means, concur with all of Gelb’s meditations or policy recommendations, but he will surely agree that — especially in world affairs and especially at this Author: Michael Beschloss.
The strategic environment in East Asia / Donald S. Zagoria --Asia in the Soviet conception / John J. Stephan --The political influence of the USSR in Asia / Robert A. Scalapino --The Sino-Soviet conflict: the Soviet dimension / Seweryn Bialer --The northern territiories: years of Japanese talks with Czarist Russia and the Soviet Union.In the Soviet bloc, Romania took the lead in departing from Soviet policy.
U.S. involvement in the Vietnam War in Southeast Asia led to additional conflict with some of its European allies and diverted its attention from the cold war in Europe.The Soviet Union and Asia, s‒s - - designs in the heart of Central Asia were targeted against potential Japanese moves in the same area.
In the late s, Stalin counted on the loyalty of Sheng Shicai, a Manchu warlord nominally under ROC authority but .