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Eurocommunism and détente

Eurocommunism and détente

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Published by New York University Press, 1978. in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Communism -- Europe.,
  • Communism -- 1945-,
  • Communist parties,
  • Detente

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Rudolf L. Tökés.. --
    ContributionsTökés, Rudolf L., 1935-
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 578 p. ;
    Number of Pages578
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21602313M

    Read more about H-Diplo Article Review on “Between Détente and Differentiation: Nixon’s Visit to Bucharest in August ” 0 Replies Document published by George Fujii . Chapter 8 - Internationalism and Eurocommunism in the s Conclusions to Part III General Conclusions - Internationalism, Détente, Revolution

      This book is a vital work for historians of the twentieth century and for those seeking to understand the importance of the Mediterranean in the political history of the Cold War. Eurocommunism(s) and Detente 89 Valentine Lomellini Part 2 War and Diplomacy in the Middle East 7 The American-Israeli 'Special Relationship' in the Nixon. This edited volume is the first detailed exploration of the last phase of the Cold War, taking a critical look at the crisis of detente in Europe in the late s and early s. The transition from detente to a new phase of harsh confrontation and severe crises is an interesting, indeed crucial, phase of the evolution of the international system. This book makes use of previously unreleased.

      This article examines Washington’s cold war diplomacy in Italy as a case study of policy making. Italy caused concerns to US leaders throughout the cold war because of its strong and dynamic communist party (PCI). Worries became even more acute in the s after the PCI spelled out its “historic compromise” strategy whose objective was to propel the communists into cabinet positions. Archival Collections Portal > Rare Book & Manuscript Library > Erik Bert papers, Erik Bert papers, Table of Contents. Summary. Arrangement. Description. Box 7 Eurocommunism and Detente. Box 7 Eurocommunism (manuscripts I - III) Request Box 8. Box 8 Eurocommunism (manuscripts IV and V) Box 8.


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--The Soviet Union and West Eurocommunism and détente book communism / Robert Legvold --The diplomacy of Eurocommunism / William E. Griffith --Eastern Europe in the s: Detente, dissent, and Eurocommunism / Rudolf L. Tökés --Part III. --Eurocommunism: Policy questions for the West / John C.

Campbell. Responsibility: edited by Rudolf L. Tökés. More information. Eurocommunism and detente by Rudolf L. Tökés, unknown edition, "A Council on Foreign Relations book." * Includes bibliographical references and index.

6 The Physical Object Pagination x, p. ; 22 cm. Number of pages ID Numbers Open Library OLM Internet ArchivePages: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "A Council on Foreign Relations book." Description: x, pages ; 22 cm: Responsibility: edited by.

Eurocommunism, also referred to as democratic communism or neocommunism, was a revisionist trend in the s and s within various Western European communist parties which said they had developed a theory and practice of social transformation more relevant for Western Europe. During the Cold War, they sought to undermine the influence of the Soviet Union and the Communist Party of the.

In this chapter, I will take the crisis of West European communist internationalism after Czechoslovakia into the s, by developing a hypothesis on the origins and break-up of Eurocommunism. The analysis is based on the argument regarding the nature and contradictions of the internationalism of the PCI and PCF, as became evident through the Czechoslovak crisis.1 The central point is that Author: Maud Bracke.

The influence of these principles on PCF conduct is incisively analysed by Ronald Tiersky in ‘French Communism, Eurocommunism, and Soviet Power’, in Rudolf L. Tőkés (ed.), Eurocommunism and Détente (New York, ) esp. –51 and –6. Google Scholar.

Accornero, A., Ilardi, M., eds. Il Partito comunista italiano. Struttura e storia dell’organizzazzione / Annali della Fondazione G. Feltrinelli, XXI, Internationalism and Eurocommunism in the s’s: a hypothesis on the legacy of Czechoslovakia 1.

The enduring problem of European strategy East-West relations in the early s The PCI: from dynamic détente to the turn to NATO The PCF: from sovereignty to defence policy 2.

The genesis of Eurocommunism and its break-up You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read.

Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. Recommend this book. Whose Détente. West European Communism and the Czechoslovak Crisis of (Budapest: Central European University Press, ), analyzes the impact of the Czechoslovak experience on Western communists.

For a concise overview of Eurocommunism. Abstract. This article argues that Eurocommunism was an unwanted consequence of détente. By relaxing tensions between the superpowers, détente allayed fears of a communist threat in Western Europe and gave communist parties more leeway to choose a semi-independent course that nearly brought them to power in Italy and France.

Eurocommunism, however, was clearly not unrelated to the socialist ‘ideological offensive’ of the s. Inspired by the same Zeitgeist, both socialist and Eurocommunist parties were concerned with domestic demands for democratisation and social reform, and, in the international arena, leaned towards East-West détente and the.

George Robert Urban (born Gyorgy Robert Ungar; 12 April Miskolc, Hungary – 3 October ) was a Hungarian writer, best known as a broadcaster for Radio Free Europe (RFE). Eurocommunism book the crisis is to be solved, there can be no simple return to the past.

Eurocommunism duly reflects the conditions created in our society by the scientific-technological revolution, and the extraordinary growth of social forces which have an interest in ending capitalist exploitation. In Nepalcommunists hold a majority in the.

Eurocommunism(s) and Detente 89 Valentine Lomellini Part 2 War and Diplomacy in the Middle East 7 The American-Israeli 'Special Relationship' in the Nixon-Kissinger Years Antonio Donno 8 'The Gods of War were Inspecting their Armaments': The United States and the Jordan Crisis Daniele De Luca 9 The Middle Eastern Test of.

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Colonel Ghulam Sarwar Eurocommunism and Detente. Not discussing the issue of allargamento was an implicit acceptance of Moscow's inability to impose its point of view and a step forward in the quest for alternative models of socialist construction, a quest that eventually led to the emergence of Eurocommunism.

Active détente. Book Description This edited volume is the first detailed exploration of the last phase of the Cold War, taking a critical look at the crisis of détente in Europe in the late s and early s.

The transition from détente to a new phase of harsh confrontation and severe crises is an interesting, indeed crucial, phase of the evolution of.

This book is a vital work for historians of the twentieth century and for those seeking to understand the importance of the Mediterranean in the political history of the Cold War. Product Details; Eurocommunism(s) and Détente • War and Diplomacy in the Middle East. Hoxha’s book was a significant reminder that, ideologically, the PLA con-tinued to view itself as part of the European and worldwide Communist movement.

He stressed that Albania’s progression towards socialism was not an idiosyncratic development, but proof that Marxism-Leninism is a universal principle still viable in the late 20th century. During its heyday in the s, critics saw East-West detente as a form of appeasement which, they claimed, strengthened communism while weakening the West.

On the other hand, supporters applauded detente as a means of reducing the danger of war, subverting communism and, in Europe, bridging the division of the continent.

European Detente: A Reappraisal presents a balanced assessment, looking.The Mediterranean sea has been a key geopolitical territory in the global international relations of the twentieth century; of crucial importance to the US, the Middle East and in the history of the EU.

As Cold War documents become declassified and these archives become accessible to western historians, this volume reassesses the secret war waged over three decades for control of the. The paradox of the concept of Eurocommunism is undoubtedly the combination of its extraordinary success in the United States and the skeptical treatment it has met since its birth in Europe in the countries concerned.1 European political commentators, including this author, noted in how difficult it was to apply the same concept to situations so different as the Italian one, where a.