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독서/Cold War2017. 11. 28. 14:02

Book info

Imposing, Maintaining, and Tearing Open the Iron Curtain 

The Cold War and East-Central Europe, 1945–1989 

EDITED BY MARK KRAMER AND VIT SMETANA


Table of Contents


Introduction  By Mark Kramer and Vít Smetana


Part 1. Central Europe and the Onset of the Iron Curtain


Chapter 1. Stalin, Soviet Policy, and the Establishment of a Communist Bloc in Eastern Europe, 1941–1949  By Mark Kramer
Chapter 2. The United States and Eastern Europe, 1943–1948  By Michael F. Hopkins
Chapter 3. Concessions or Conviction? Czechoslovakia's Road to the Cold War and the Soviet Bloc  By Vít Smetana
Chapter 4. Hungary's Role in the Soviet Bloc, 1945–1956  By László Borhi
Chapter 5. Stalin, the Split with Yugoslavia, and Soviet-East European Efforts to Reassert Control, 1948–1953  By Mark Kramer
Chapter 6. Austria, Germany, and the Cold War, 1945–1955  By Rolf Steininger
Chapter 7. Neutrality for Germany or Stabilizing the Eastern Bloc? New Evidence on the Decision-Making Process of the Stalin Note  By Peter Ruggenthaler


Part 2. The German Question and Intra-Bloc Politics in the Post-Stalin Era


Chapter 8. The Berlin Wall: Looking Back on the History of the Wall Twenty Years after Its Fall  By Hope M. Harrison
Chapter 9. The German Problem and Security in Europe: Hindrance or Catalyst on the Path to 1989–1990?  By Oliver Bange
Chapter 10. Germany and East-Central Europe, 1945–1990: The View from London  By Anne Deighton
Chapter 11. The German Question as Seen from Paris  By Georges-Henri Soutou
Chapter 12. Cold War, Détente and the Soviet Bloc: The Evolution of Intra-bloc Foreign Policy Coordination, 1953–1975  By Csaba Békés


Part 3. The Role of East-Central Europe in Ending the Cold War


Chapter 13. Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush, and the Revolutions of 1989: U.S. Myths versus the Primary Sources  By Thomas Blanton
Chapter 14. Moscow and Eastern Europe 1988–1989: A Policy of Optimism and Caution  By Alex Pravda
Chapter 15. The Opening of the Wall, Eastern Europe, and Gorbachev's Vision of Europe after the Cold War  By Svetlana Savranskaya
Chapter 16. Pulling the Rug: East-Central Europe and the Implosion of East Germany  By Bernd Schaefer
Chapter 17. The Demise of the Soviet Bloc  By Mark Kramer


Part 4. Long-Term Perspectives on the Cold War and Its End


Chapter 18. Nuclear Weapons and the Cold War in Europe  By David Holloway
Chapter 19. Why Did the Cold War Last So Long?  By Mark Kramer
Chapter 20. The End of the Cold War as a Non-Linear Confluence  By Richard Ned Lebow
Chapter 21. Conspicuous Connections: 1968 and 1989  By Oldrich Tuma
Chapter 22. 1989 in Historical Perspectives: The Problem of Legitimation  By Silvio Pons
Chapter 23. The End of the Cold War and the Transformation of Cold War History: A Tale of Two Conferences, 1988–1989  By James G. Hershberg


차례


서론


1부. 중앙유럽과 철의 장막의 개시


1장. 스탈린, 소련의 정책, 동유럽에서 공산주의진영 세우기, 1941-1949

2장. 미국과 동유럽, 1943-1948

3장. 양보 또는 신념? 체코슬로바키아의 냉전 및 소비에트진영으로의 여정

4장. 소비에트진영 안에서 헝가리의 역할, 1945-1956

5장. 스탈린, 유고슬라비아와의 분열, 주도권을 다시 잡기 위한 소비에트-동유럽의 노력, 1948-1953

6장. 오스트리아, 독일, 냉전, 1945-1955

7장. 독일 중립화 또는 동유럽 안정화? 스탈린 언급(Stalin Note)의 정책결정 과정에 대한 새로운 증거


2부. 스탈린 사후 시기의 독일 문제와 진영내 정치


8장. 베를린 장벽: 장벽 붕괴 20년 후에 돌아보는 장벽의 역사

9장. 독일 문제와 유럽의 안보: 1989-1990년으로 향하는 도정으로의 방해였나, 촉매였나

10장. 독일과 중동부 유럽, 1945-1990: 런던의 시각

11장. 파리의 시각에서 본 독일 문제

12장. 냉전, 긴장완화와 소비에트진영: 진영내 외교정책 조율의 전개, 1953-1975


3부. 냉전을 종식시킨 중동부 유럽의 역할


13장. 로널드 레이건, 조지 H.W. 부시, 1989년의 혁명들: 미국 신화 대(對) 1차 자료

14장. 모스크바와 동유럽 1988-1989: 낙관주의와 신중의 정책

15장. 장막의 개막, 동유럽, 냉전 이후 고르바초프의 유럽 전망

16장. 뒤통수 치기: 중동부 유럽과 동독의 내파

17장. 소비에트진영의 붕괴


4부. 장기적 관점에서 본 냉전과 냉전의 종식


18장. 유럽에서의 핵무기와 냉전

19장. 왜 그리 냉전은 오래 지속되었나?

20장. 비선형적 결론으로서의 냉전 종식

21장. 눈에 띠는 연계들: 1968년과 1989년

22장. 역사적 관점에서 본 1989년: 정당화의 문제

23장. 냉전의 종식과 냉전사의 전환: 두 회담 이야기, 1988-1989

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