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After the Cold War: Security and Démocrate in Africa and Asia

Abstract : The end of the Cold War produced dramatic changes in the Third World. Written by a group of distinguished scholars, this book explores the impact of this transformation on the regional conflicts and domestic political systems of Asia and Africa. Examines the transformations now taking place in those parts of the world which, by and large, did not normally occupy center stage in the global Cold War conflict, although they were affected by it and its demise. The volume's eleven contributions address such issues as how the end of the superpower conflict has changed the relative power of Asian and African states within their own regions; how it has affected their internal political structures; and how communist and leftist movements in Africa and Asia have adapted themselves to the transformed global environment.
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Eberhard Kienle, William Hale. After the Cold War: Security and Démocrate in Africa and Asia. I.B.Tauris & Co Ltd, pp.294, 1997, 1 86064 136 9. ⟨halshs-00996807⟩



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