European Integration and the Cold War: Ostpolitik-Westpolitik, 1965-1973
N. Piers Ludlow
Routledge, Jun 11, 2007 - History - 208 pages
This edited volume uses newly released archival material to show linkages between the development of the European Union and the Cold War.
Containing essays by well-known Cold War scholars such as Jussi Hanhimaki, Wilfried Loth and Piers Ludlow, the book looks at:
Nixon and Kissinger’s policies are set out as the background of US policy against which each of the European players was compelled to operate, explaining how Washington saw European integration as part of the over-arching Cold War.
European Integration and the Cold War will appeal to students of Cold War history, European politics, and international history.
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The contrasting approaches of de Gaulle and Pompidou 1965 to 1974
The dilemmas of Gaullist foreign policy September 1967 to April 1968
3 Détente and European integration in the policies of Willy Brandt and Georges Pompidou
Concept and policies in the Brandt era
5 AngloFrench relations détente and Britains second application for membership of the EEC 1964 to 1967
AngloAmerican relations Europe and détente 1965 to 1967