3AD Links Index      Bibliography: 1  2  3

A Bibliography of Sources

Compiled by Jim Chorazy, Web Staff


U.S. Military Strategy and the Cold War Endgame, by Stephen J. Cimbala; F. Cass; Portland, OR; 1995; 271 p.; ISBN 0714645567; 0714641170.

The Conventional Armed Forces in Europe Treaty: The Cold War Endgame, edited by Stuart Croft; Dartmouth Pub. Co.; 1994; 283 p., ISBN 1855215047.

Commitment to Purpose: How Alliance Partnership Won the Cold War, by Richard L. Kugler; RAND; Santa Monica, CA; 1993; 565 p.; ISBN/ISSN 0833013858.

Victory: The Reagan Administration's Secret Strategy that Hastened the Collapse of the Soviet Union, by Peter Schweizer; Atlantic Monthly Press; New York; 1994; 284 p.; ISBN 0871135671.

The Rebirth of Europe, by Elizabeth Pond; Brookings Institution Press; Washington, DC; 1999; 290 p.; ISBN 0815771576; 0815771584.

Why the Cold War Ended: A Range of Interpretations, edited by Ralph Summy and Michael E. Salla; Greenwood Press; Westport, CT; 1995; 278 p.; ISBN 0313295697.

Revolution in East-Central Europe: The Rise and Fall of Communism and the Cold War, by David S. Mason; Westview Press; Boulder, CO; 1992; 216 p., ISBN 0813313406; 08133313414.

The Breakup of Communism: The Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, edited by Matthew A. Kraljic; H. W. Wilson; New York; 1993; 224 p.; ISBN 0824208404.

Ending the Cold War: Interpretations, Causation, and the Study of International Relations, edited by Richard K. Herrmann and Richard Ned Lebow; Palgrave Macmillan; New York; 2004; 248 p.; ISBN 1403963835; 1403963843.

Europe Transformed: Documents on the End of the Cold War, edited by Lawrence Freedman; St. Martin's Press; New York; 1990; 516 p.; ISBN 0312052251.

American Diplomacy and the End of the Cold War: An Insider's Account of U.S. Policy in Europe, 1989-1992, by Robert L. Hutchings; Woodrow Wilson Center Press; Johns Hopkins University Press; Washington, DC & Baltimore; 1997; 456 p.; ISBN 0801856205; 0801856213.

Europe in the Balance: Securing the Peace Won in the Cold War, by Christoph Bertram; Carnegie Endowment for International Peace; distributed by the Brookings Institution; Washington DC; 1995; 110 p.; ISBN 087003068X.

After the Cold War: The U.S. Role in Europe's Transition, by Thomas J. Watson, Jr.; Institute of International Studies; Brown University; Providence, RI; 1994; 2 vols.

Mortal Friends, Best Enemies: German-Russian Cooperation after the Cold War, by Celeste A. Wallander; Cornell University Press; Ithaca, NY; 1999; 229 p.; ISBN 0801435811; 0801486084.

NATO and European Security: Alliance Politics from the End of the Cold War to the Age of Terrorism, edited by Alexander Moens, Lenard J. Cohen, and Allen G. Sens; Praeger; Westport, CT; 2003; 186 p.; ISBN 0275976637.

Broadcasting Freedom: The Cold War Triumph of Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty, by Arch Puddington; University Press of Kentucky; Lexington; 2000; 382 p.; ISBN 0813121582.

The Future U.S. Military Presence in Europe: Managing USEUCOM's Command Structure after the Cold War, by Marc Dean Millot; RAND; Santa Moncia, CA; 1992; 140 p.; ISBN 0833012754.

East European Military Reform after the Cold War: Implications for the United States, by Thomas S. Szayna and F. Stephen Larrabee; RAND; Santa Monica, CA; 1995; 49 p.; ISBN 0833016148.

After the Cold War: Russian-American Defense Conversion for Economic Renewal, edited by Michael P. Claudon and Kathryn Wittneben; New York University Press; New York; 1993; 133 p.; ISBN 0814714889; 0814714897.

Coming in from the Cold War: Changes in U.S.-European Interactions since 1980, edited by Sabrina P. Ramet and Christine Ingebritsen; Rowman & Littlefield Publishers; Lanham, MD; 2002; 244 p.; ISBN 0742500160; 0742500179.

After the Cold War: Europe's New Political Architecture, by Alpo M. Rusi; St. Martin's Press; New York; 1991; 198 p.; ISBN 0312061145.

Economic Adjustment after the Cold War: Strategies for Conversion, edited by Michael Renner; Ashgate Pub. Co.; Brookfield, VT; 1992; 264 p.; ISBN 1855212595.

European Security after the Cold War: An Assessment of the Dangers to Peace in Europe since the Soviet Collapse, and of the Western Responses They Require, by Edward Mortimer; Brassey's for the International Institute for Strategic Studies; London; 1992; 72 p.; ISBN 1857530136.

European Security beyond the Cold War: Four Scenarios for the Year 2010, by Adrian G.V. Hyde-Price; Sage Publications; Newbury Park, CA; 1991; 272 p.; ISBN 0803985576; 0803985584.

From Adversaries to Partners?: Chinese and Russian Military Cooperation after the Cold War, by Ming-Yen Tsai; Praeger; Westport, CT; 2003; 238 p.; ISBN 0275978761.

From Euphoria to Hysteria: Western European Security after the Cold War, edited by David G. Haglund; Westview Press; Boulder, CO: 1993; 335 p.; ISBN 1857530136.

Power and Influence after the Cold War: Germany in East-Central Europe, by Ann L. Phillips; Rowman & Littlefield; Lanham, MD; 2000; 219 p.; ISBN 0847695220; 0847695239.

Russian Foreign Policy and the End of the Cold War, by Mike Bowker; Dartmouth Publishing Co.; Brookfield, VT; 1997; 297 p.; ISBN 185521461X.

The Legacy of the Soviet Bloc, edited by Jane Shapiro Zacek and Ilpyong J. Kim; University Press of Florida; Gainesville; 1997; 280 p.; ISBN 0813014751.

The Role of European Ground and Air Forces after the Cold War, edited by Gert de Nooy; Kluwer Law International; Boston; 1997; 227 p.; ISBN 904110397X.

Whose World Order?: Russia's Perception of American Ideas after the Cold War, by Andrei P. Tsygankov; University of Notre Dame Press; Notre Dame, IN; 2004; 205 p.; 0268042284; 0268042292.

Power and Purpose: U.S. Policy toward Russia after the Cold War, by James M. Goldgeier and Michael McFaul; Brookings Institution Press; Washington DC; 467 p.; ISBN 0815731736; 0815731744.

Return to Top

3AD Links Index      Bibliography: 1  2  3