Not one inch : America, Russia, and the making of post-Cold War stalemate / M.E. Sarotte.Material type: TextSeries: The Henry L. Stimson lectures seriesPublisher: New Haven : Yale University Press, Description: xiii, 550 pages : illustrations, maps ; 25 cmContent type:
- America, Russia, and the making of post-Cold War stalemate
- North Atlantic Treaty Organization -- History -- 20th century
- Geopolitics -- History -- 20th century
- United States -- Foreign relations -- Russia (Federation)
- Russia (Federation) -- Foreign relations -- United States
- Axel Springer Fellow
- Bosch Fellow in Public Policy
- Class of Fall 2022
- Class of Fall 2009
- E183.8.R9 S378 2021
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 361-538) and index.
Harvest and Storm, 1989-1992 -- Clearing, 1993-1994 -- Frost, 1995-1999.
"Between the fall of the Berlin Wall and Putin's rise to power there were bitter clashes over NATO. Abandoning compromises that could have sustained the post-Cold War moment of cooperation, Clinton set the U.S. on a path of renewed conflict with the globe's other nuclear superpower--just as Putin began his reign. The book shows what went wrong"-- Provided by publisher.
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