2 edition of Rethinking US-Soviet relations found in the catalog.
Rethinking US-Soviet relations
|LC Classifications||E183.8.S65 L57 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 231 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||231|
|LC Control Number||87005175|
"This memoir is a fascinating account of the final two decades of Soviet politics and a convincing analysis of the role of US-Soviet relations in the disintegration of the USSR in late Rethinking Reputation is a hands-on training book that drives away theoretic cobwebs and teaches you how to use modern PR to a variety of ends. You can give this book to your bosses, boards or other constituents to get buy-in for newthink, no-BS strategieswhile saving you from pulling out your hair!”Reviews:
The end of the Cold War gave rise to much talk of a 'new' global order and debate about just how new or orderly it was and would be. Attempts to analyse the nature of this order have been many and various. This important new text assesses the main approaches and offers its own analysis arguing that, while chaos and raw anarchy are not on the cards, each of the major domains of . Gaddis succeeds in accomplishing all these ends in a well written book of less than hundred pages. This is a considerable achievement. A good part of this book is driven by the fact that the end of the Cold War has resulted in access to Soviet, Chinese, and Eastern European sources that provide information about key events and decision makers.
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The book lacks, however, any inquiry in depth into Soviet society and its capacity for change, a matter that bears on what the U.S. can and should do. The language is complex and the argument at times abstruse, making this no easy reading assignment and possibly limiting the book's impact.
More By Gaddis Smith. Rethinking International Relations is both an argument for a fresh theoretical approach to International Relations and an application of that theory to the changes in the international system brought about by the end of the Cold War/5(13).
"Rethinking Public Relations is a milestone text and this is my most eagerly anticipated book of The Rethinking US-Soviet relations book edition continues the proud tradition of asking the difficult and important questions: why so much public relations is, in fact, private; and where the distinction, if any, lies between public relations and propaganda.
Book Description. This new (third) edition of Rethinking Public Relations continues the argument of previous editions that public relations is weak propaganda. However, while earlier editions focused on PR as representative of the uneven power distribution in society, this book goes further, conceiving the power of PR as more than just structural but also as having an.
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This book is intended for scholars and students of International Relations, postwar US-Soviet relations and political history.
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In this wide-ranging and provocative book, Stephen F. Cohen cuts through Cold War stereotypes of the Soviet Union to arrive at fresh interpretations of that country's traumatic history and its present-day political realities.
Cohen's lucidly written, revisionist analysis reopens an array of major historical s: 7. "Review of George Liska, Rethinking US-Soviet Relations." Ethics and International Affairs 4, no.
2 (). "Military Power, SDI and Arms Control in East-West Relations" (essay review with R. Kanet and J. Schmitz) in OstEuropa, Vol, No. 8 (). This new (third) edition of Rethinking Public Relations continues the argument of previous editions that public relations is weak propaganda.
However, while earlier editions focused on PR as representative of the uneven power distribution in society, this book goes further, conceiving the power of PR as more than just structural but also as having an. The book provides a systematic overview of the main worldviews – such as realism, liberalism, and constructivism – and their associated theoretical underpinnings.
Placing liberal internationalism at the heart of the debate, it argues that the main division in IR theory is between liberal internationalism and its critics. "An unusually valuable book."--Virginia Quarterly Review "This penetrating probe into the Soviet past offers the most illuminating analysis I know of choices and possibilities in the Soviet future."--Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., "[Cohen's] book is a challenge to others to do some rethinking of their own."--Foreign AffairsReviews: 7.
"A Council on Foreign Relations book." Credits: "A Council on Foreign Relations book." Description: x, pages ; 25 cm: Contents: 1. Dividing the World Cold War Empires: Europe Cold War Empires: Asia Nuclear Weapons and the Early Cold War The German Question The Third World Economics, Ideology, and Alliance.
Thought-provoking and stimulating, Rethinking Public Relations 2nd Edition challenges conventional PR wisdom. It develops the accepted thinking on the most important question facing PR - its relationship with democracy - and finds a balance of advantages and disadvantages which leave a residue of concern.
This new (third) edition of Rethinking Public Relations continues the argument of previous editions that public relations is weak propaganda. However, while earlier editions focused on PR as representative of the uneven power distribution in society.
Book: All Authors / Contributors: Strategy for Peace Conference; Stanley Foundation. OCLC Number: Description: 63 pages: illustrations ; 22 cm: Contents: Group discussion reports: Rethinking US-Soviet relations --World economic recovery and growth --Preserving peace: the UN option --US policy in Central America.Rethinking US-Soviet relations by George Liska (Book).