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The real war
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ISBN: 044651201X Year: 1980 Publisher: New York, N.Y. Warner

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Vietnam: the history of an unwinnable war, 1945-1975
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ISBN: 9780700616343 Year: 2009 Publisher: Lawrence, Kan. University Press of Kansas

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One world or none : a history of the world nuclear disarmament movement through 1953
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ISBN: 0804725284 0804721416 0804731691 Year: 1993 Volume: 1 Publisher: Stanford Stanford University Press


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Russian influence campaigns against the West : from the Cold War to Putin
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ISBN: 9781535597098 Year: 2016 Publisher: North Charleston, S.C. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

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Russia, under both the Soviets and Vladimir Putin, is in a struggle with Western civilization, and has conducted influence campaigns to weaken and undermine the West from within. This study of influence campaigns waged against the West by the Soviet Union and now by Russia under President Vladimir Putin is intended to present a detailed overview and analysis of the various influence campaigns. Methods and means employed by the Soviet Union included active measures, disinformation, propaganda, controlled international front groups, agents of influence, forgeries, and reflexive control. Campaign themes are examined, and two key campaigns against NATO deployment of the neutron bomb and intermediate-range nuclear force are analyzed as case studies of a successful and failed campaign. The influence campaigns waged by President Putin against the West combine time tested methods with new information age techniques not available during the Soviet era including internet trolls, social media, information warfare, and cyber operations. Both similarities and differences exist in the execution and objectives of influence campaigns conducted by the Soviet Union and Putin’s Russia.


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Visions of the end of the Cold War in Europe, 1945-1990
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ISBN: 9781782383864 9780857453709 9780857452887 9781782383871 Year: 2012 Publisher: New York Oxford Berghahn Books

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Exploring the visions of the end of the Cold War that have been put forth since its inception until its actual ending, this volume brings to the fore the reflections, programmes, and strategies that were intended to call into question the bipolar system and replace it with alternative approaches or concepts. These visions were associated not only with prominent individuals, organized groups and civil societies, but were also connected to specific historical processes or events. They ranged from actual, thoroughly conceived programmes, to more blurred, utopian aspirations - or simply the belie.


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Soviet foreign policy, 1962-1973 : the paradox of super power
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ISBN: 0192158104 Year: 1975 Publisher: London Oxford university,

Britain, Germany and the Cold War: the search for a European Détente, 1949-1967
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ISBN: 0415412072 9780415412070 Year: 2007 Publisher: Abingdon Routledge


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Russia and the Arabs : behind the scenes in the Middle East from the Cold War to the present
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ISBN: 9780465004751 046500475X Year: 2009 Publisher: New York, N.Y. Basic Books, a member of the Perseus Books Group

Origins of the European security system : the Helsinki process revisited, 1965-75
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ISBN: 9780415433877 9780203895306 Year: 2008 Publisher: London Routledge

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