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After the Cold War

International Institutions and State Strategies in Europe, 1989–1991

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$54.00 • £43.95 • €48.50

ISBN 9780674008649

Publication Date: 01/01/1993


512 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

2 line illustrations, 14 tables

Center for International Affairs


Related Subjects

  • Introduction: The End of the Cold War in Europe [Robert O. Keohane and Joseph S. Nye]
  • I. Strategies of Major Powers
    • 1. Mars or Minerva? A United Germany in a Post–Cold War Europe [Jeffrey J. Anderson and John B. Goodman]
    • 2. Soviet Security Strategies toward Europe: After the Wall, with Their Backs Up against It [Celeste A. Wallander and Jane E. Prokop]
    • 3. The United States and International Institutions in Europe after the Cold War [Joseph S. Nye and Robert O. Keohane]
    • 4. French Dilemmas and Strategies in the New Europe [Stanley Hoffmann]
    • 5. British State Strategies after the Cold War [Louise Richardson]
  • II. Adjustment and Adaptation in Eastern Europe
    • 6. Integrating the Two Halves of Europe: Theories of Interests, Bargaining, and Institutions [Stephan Haggard, Marc A. Levy, Andrew Moravcsik, and Kalypso Nicolaïdis]
    • 7. East European Trade in the Aftermath of 1989: Did International Institutions Matter? [Kalypso Nicolaïdis]
    • 8. The Political Economy of Financial Assistance to Eastern Europe, 1989–1991 [Stephan Haggard and Andrew Moravcsik]
    • 9. Foreign Direct Investment in Eastern Europe [Debora L. Spar]
    • 10. East–West Environmental Politics after 1989: The Case of Air Pollution [Marc A. Levy]
    • 11. Pursuing Military Security in Eastern Europe [Richard Weitz]
  • Conclusion: Structure, Strategy, and Institutional Roles [Robert O. Keohane and Stanley Hoffmann]
  • Notes
  • Contributors
  • Index

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