Download e-book for iPad: After the Cold War: Europe’s New Political Architecture by Alpo M. Rusi

By Alpo M. Rusi

ISBN-10: 1349213500

ISBN-13: 9781349213504

ISBN-10: 1349213527

ISBN-13: 9781349213528

This publication presents new and unprecedented interpretations in regard to the post-World warfare 2 heritage of the East-West clash and demands interdisciplinary ways in interpreting diplomacy. The systematic and political methods are undoing the department of Europe and restoring an 'organically' interdependent continent. The occasions of 1989 in jap Europe are yet a harbinger of a brand new safeguard order in Europe and, for the 1st time because the Treaty of Westphalia of 1648 Europe attempts to seem past state-centered options of security.

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14 THE WESTERN PILLARS OF DETENTE The emergence of a genuine policy of detente in the 1960s was not the result of a Soviet-led campaign for a European security system, but of a much more complex process of East-West interaction. This interaction was evident not only at the level of superpower rapprochement, but perhaps even more strikingly at the subregional level, in terms of inter-German relations as well as Franco-Soviet rapprochement. In the postwar process of restoring Europe and establishing normal and peaceful relations among- its states, the emergence of detente was without a doubt the crucial turning point.

In retrospect, it is obvious that detente was not a necessary precondition for implementing Ostpolitik. Undoubtedly European detente did not harm Ostpolitik either. For the United States, detente was primarily of use in promoting its interests vis-a-vis the Soviet Union, and its essence was crisis management and "bridgebuilding" rather than any kind of reassociation or reunification of a divided Europe or Germany. For the West Germans, however, especially for the architects of Ostpolitik, detente primarily served the FRG's interests vis-a-vis the GOR.

9 Soviet or Soviet-sponsored proposals for establishing a European security system, which was also aimed at dismantling the continent's division, remained at the forefront of diplomatic initiatives in EastWest relations for much of the 1960s. -Soviet arms race, which was strongly experienced in Europe, as well as because of the Vietnam war. As the United States gradually became caught up in the Vietnam war, it needed to develop a less hostile relationship with the Soviet Union. In any case, both superpowers came to recognize that mutual interest in a revised East-West political framework would help contain and manage crises and could thus help.

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