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DATE

2002

AUTHORS

Mark Webber

ABSTRACT

The Third World was, in many respects, a creation of the Cold War — a third world, literally, that was distinct from the first world of capitalist industrial states and the second world of the Soviet-led socialist bloc.1 The Cold War’s various antagonisms pitted the first two worlds one against the other yet much of its competitive energies were ventilated in the Third World. This was a consequence of the strategic and political stalemate in Europe (the territorial core of the Cold War) and the global implications of the nuclear balance of power. It also reflected the fact that the Cold War was a statement of ideology as much as of strategy. Its juxtaposition of two alternative systems of socio-economic and political organisation inevitably meant that the myriad of states which sat in between would be affected. This was all the more likely given that the Cold War followed upon and, in some cases, coincided with the end of colonialism and thus the coming to independence of dozens of new states throughout Africa, Asia and the Middle East. More... »

PAGES

110-134

Book

TITLE

Brezhnev Reconsidered

ISBN

978-1-349-42024-7
978-0-230-50108-9

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1057/9780230501089_6

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/9780230501089_6

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