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327 /01485 The of : A History of the End of the - New York : Viking. xx, 396 p. : ill.; 24 cm. ISBN: 9780670020546 Author(s): 1. Mann, James, 1946- Subject(s): 1. REAGAN, RONALD 2. USA--FOREIGN RELATIONS 3. COLD WAR 4. PRESIDENTS--USA 5. USA--FOREIGN RELATIONS--USSR 6. USSR--FOREIGN RELATIONS--USA Notes: Includes index. 'Several competing mythologies have developed about the role of Ronald Reagan in the end of the Cold War. On one side is the view that through confrontation and pugnacity Reagan 'won' America's four-decade-long conflict with the Union. Proponents of an opposing view hold that the fortieth president was merely lucky or utterly irrelevant. The aim of the author in this book is to reach beyond these simple formulas, to challenge old stereotypes about Reagan, and, through a combination of new interviews and newly available documents, to look back at what actually happened.' ID number: 80022710 Year: 2009 Type: M


327.5 /00447 and the End of the Cold War : A Reappraisal - Abingdon, UK : Routledge. xiv, 288 p.; 24 cm. (Cold War History Series ; 19) ISBN: 9780415449038 Subject(s): 1. COLD WAR Notes: Bibliography: p. 271-281. Includes index. 'This book seeks to reassess the role of Europe in the end of the Cold War and the process of German unification. Much of the existing on the end of the Cold War has focused primarily on the role of the and on that of the US in particular. This edited volume seeks to redirect the focus towards the role of European actors and the importance of European processes, most notably that of integration. Written by leading experts in the field, and making use of newly available source material, the book explores 'Europe' in all its various dimensions, bringing to the forefront of historical previously neglected actors and processes. These

* This list contains material received as of October 16th , 2009 – Cette liste est arrêtée au 16 octobre 2009.

Page 3 include key European , endemic evolutions in the and , , and the pan-European process. The volume serves therefore to rediscover the transformation of 1989-90 as a European event, deeply influenced by European actors, and of great significance for the subsequent evolution of the continent.' ID number: 80021743 Year: 2008 Type: M

327.5 /00481 Reagan, Bush, Gorbachev : Revisiting the End of the Cold War - Westport, CT : Praeger Security International. viii, 180 p. : ill.; 25 cm. ISBN: 9780313352416 Author(s): 1. Graebner, Norman A. 2. Burns, Richard Dean 3. Siracusa, Joseph M. Subject(s): 1. USA--FOREIGN RELATIONS--USSR 2. USSR--FOREIGN RELATIONS--USA 3. COLD WAR 4. REAGAN, RONALD 5. BUSH, GEORGE, 1924- 6. GORBACHEV, MIKHAIL SERGEEVICH, 1931- Notes: Bibliography: p. 165-173. Includes index. 'This contemporary chronicle of the Cold War offers an analysis of the policy and rhetoric of the and Soviet Union during the . The work demonstrates that while the subsequent unraveling of the was an unintended side effect of 's reforms, termination of the Cold War was not. The evidence is compelling that Gorbachev himself broke the Cold War's ideological straight jacket that had paralyzed and Washington's ability to resolve their differences. Though politically weakened, Gorbachev conceded nothing to US superiority. Never did he negotiate from a position of weakness. In taking that stand, the last Soviet leader faced great political and physical risk. Without Gorbachev, the end of the Cold War could have played out very differently, and perhaps with great danger.' ID number: 80022852 Year: 2008 Type: M

327.5 /00450 Turning Points in Ending the Cold War - Stanford, CA : Hoover Institution Press. xxiv, 358 p.; 23 cm. (Hoover Institution Press Publication ; 538) ISBN: 9780817946326 Subject(s): 1. COLD WAR 2. USSR--FOREIGN RELATIONS--USA 3. USA--FOREIGN RELATIONS--USSR Added entry(s): 1. Skinner, Kiron K., ed. 2. Stanford University. Hoover Institution on War, and (US) Notes: Includes index. 'Twenty-five years ago, in the early 1980s, no one could have imagined that only a decade later the cold war would be over. How did it happen ? The essays in this collection offer

Page 4 illuminating insights into the key players - Ronald Reagan, Mikhail Gorbachev, , and others - and the monumental events that led to the collapse of . The expert contributors examine the end of detente and the beginning of the new phase of the cold war in the early 1980s, Reagan's radical new strategies aimed at changing Soviet behavior, the peaceful democratic revolutions in and , the events that brought about the reunification of , the role of events in Third countries, the critical contributions of Gorbachev and Yeltsin, and more.' ID number: 80021952 Year: 2008 Type: M


323 /00922 The of December 1989 - Ithaca, NY : Cornell University Press. xi, 315 p. : ill.; 25 cm. ISBN: 0801442451 Author(s): 1. Siani-Davies, Peter Subject(s): 1. --HISTORY--REVOLUTION, 1989 Notes: Bibliography: p. 287-303. Includes index. 'The Romanian Revolution of 1989 was the most spectacularly violent and remains today the most controversial of all the East European upheavals of that year. Despite (or perhaps because of) the media attention the revolution received, it remains shrouded in mystery. How did the seemingly impregnable Ceausescu regime come to be toppled so swiftly and how did and the National Salvation Front come to power ? Was it by coup d'etat ? Who were the mysterious 'terrorists' who wreaked such havoc on the streets of and the other of Romania ? Were they members of the notorious ? What was the role of the Soviet Union ? Blending narrative with analysis, the author seeks to answer these and other questions while placing the events and their immediate aftermath within a wider context. Based on fieldwork conducted in Romania and drawing heavily on Romanian sources, including and radio transcripts, official documents, newspaper reports, and interviews, this book is the most thorough study of the Romanian Revolution that has appeared in English. Recognizing that a definitive history of these events be impossible, the author focuses on the ways in which participants interpreted the events according to particular scripts and myths of revolution rooted in the Romanian historical experience. In the process he sheds light on the ways in which history and the conflicting retellings of the 1989 events are put to political use in the transitional societies of Eastern Europe.' ID number: 80020262 Year: 2005 Type: M

Page 5 327.5 /00462 Reinterpreting the End of the Cold War : Issues, Interpretations, - London : Frank Cass. viii, 237 p.; 24 cm. ISBN: 0714684929 Subject(s): 1. COLD WAR Added entry(s): 1. Pons, Silvio, ed. 2. Romero, Federico, ed. Notes: Includes index. 'The history of the Cold War is being re-written according to the newly available sources. But first and foremost, it needs to be re-conceptualized and framed within the broader historical context that transformed the Cold War from the onwards, altered the very dynamics of bipolarism, and eventually brought it to its end. The long duration and the unexpectedly peaceful ending of the Cold War call for new viewpoints that transcend the established paradigms about its inception. Historians ought to address all those transformations in the international , in the networks of interdependence linking together new areas - especially in - and in the ensuing cultural images that gradually narrowed the relevance of bipolarism. Thus the habitual diplomatic and security themes must be enjoined with economic, ideological, technological and cultural ones. Here a distinguished group of international history specialists discusses the complex relationship between Cold War dynamics, the globalizing of , and the demise of Soviet Communism. Their controversial and conflicting views, as well as their multidisciplinary approaches, highlight the various factors that constituted (and did not constitute) the Cold War. Thus they help to redefine the concept itself, to map its values and limitations, and to propel historical debate onto new grounds.' ID number: 80019774 Year: 2005 Type: M


327.5 /00460 The Last Decade of the Cold War : From Conflict Escalation to Conflict Transformation - London : Frank Cass. xxiii, 435 p.; 25 cm. (Cass Series. Cold War History ; 5) ISBN: 0714654647 Subject(s): 1. COLD WAR 2. USA--FOREIGN RELATIONS--USSR 3. USSR--FOREIGN RELATIONS--USA Added entry(s): 1. Njolstad, Olav, ed. Notes: Includes index. 'The 1980s witnessed one of the most dramatic and far-reaching transformations of world in modern times. Not only did the Cold War end, with the unexpected collapse of one-party communist rule in eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union, but the early 1980s was also a period of almost unprecedented and tension between the two main actors in the East- conflict, the United States and the Soviet Union. Why and how that conflict first escalated and thereafter, in an amazingly swift process, was reversed and brought to its peaceful conclusion, at the end of the decade, is the topic of this volume. With individual contributions by 18 well-known

Page 6 scholars of and history from various countries, the book addresses the role of the United States, the former Soviet Union, and the countries of and eastern Europe in that remarkable last decade of the Cold War, and discusses how particular events as well as underlying political, ideological, social, and economic factors may have contributed to the remarkable transformation that took place.' ID number: 80019820 Year: 2004 Type: M


321 /00675 Managing the Transition to : The Romanian Experience and its Relevance for a Democratic Transition in - Bucharest : NATO Studies Center. 47 p.; 24 cm. (Strategic Issues Review) ISBN: 9738628709 Author(s): 1. Pasti, Vladimir 2. Secares, Vasile Subject(s): 1. ROMANIA--HISTORY--REVOLUTION, 1989 2. ROMANIA--POLITICS AND Added entry(s): 1. NATO Studies Center (RO) Notes: 'The fundamental premise of this study is that the Romanian experience of the transition from a communist political to a political democracy can be used, at least partially, in to define the approach for the passage from the Baath political dictatorship to a Western-style democracy in Iraq.' ID number: 80019359 Year: 2003 Type: M


323 /00905 The Fall : A Comparative Study of the End of Communism in , , Hungary and Poland - Amsterdam : Harwood Academic Publishers. xvii, 434 p.; 24 cm. ISBN: 905823097X Author(s): 1. Saxonberg, Steven Subject(s): 1. EUROPE, EASTERN--HISTORY--REVOLUTION, 1989 2. COMMUNISM--EUROPE, EASTERN Notes: Bibliography: p. 405-429. Includes index. 'This book examines one of the twentieth century's greatest historical puzzles : why did the communist-led regimes in Eastern Europe collapse so quickly and why was the process of collapse so different from country to country ? This major study explains why the impetus for change in Poland and Hungary came from the regimes themselves, which initiated negotiations with the opposition, while in Czechoslovakia and East Germany it was mass movements which led to the downfall of the regimes. The book is rich in empirical material, with the author drawing substantially on his interviews with many of the most important participants in the events of 1989. At the same time, it makes

Page 7 an important theoretical contribution to the literature. Conventional opinion is opened to scrutiny on issues such as the role of Gorbachev and the influence of civil society. In addition, the book develops a critique of the two main traditions of research on political change : those of transition and revolution. The former concentrates on negotiated change while neglecting change caused by mass uprisings; the latter emphasises change caused by mass movements at the expense of negotiated change. The author here develops a model which incorporates the fruits of both of these paradigms.' ID number: 80020173 Year: 2001 Type: M


323 /00662 The - London : Routledge. x, 270 p.; 24 cm. ISBN: 0415169496 Subject(s): 1. EUROPE, EASTERN--HISTORY--REVOLUTION, 1989 Added entry(s): 1. Tismaneanu, Vladimir, ed. Notes: Includes index. 'This book is a collection of both classic and recent articles examining the causes and consequences of the collapse of communism in East and , the most important event in recent world history. It includes discussions of : the economic, political and social nature of revolutions; the role of and civil society in encouraging the breakdown of eastern European communism regimes; comparisons with other revolutions and the extent of the collapse of Lenninist regimes in East-Central Europe.' ID number: 80016255 Year: 1999 Type: M


327 /00949 Russian and the End of the Cold War - Aldershot, UK : Dartmouth. xi, 297 p.; 22 cm. ISBN: 185521461X Author(s): 1. Bowker, Mike Subject(s): 1. USSR--FOREIGN RELATIONS 2. ()--FOREIGN RELATIONS 3. COLD WAR Notes: Bibliography: p. 265-283. Includes index. 'This work analyses Soviet motives for ending the cold war and examines how Moscow has come to terms with its much reduced status in the post-cold war world. The book shows that the reasons Gorbachev chose to transform relations with the West varied over time and across issue areas. A multifaceted explanation is provided which is unique in giving equal space to both internal and external determinants of foreign policy. The book then goes on to describe how the hopes for a New World Order met with disappointment and disillusionment in both Moscow and Washington. Russia is usually blamed for the

Page 8 downturn in relations, but this is shown to be a simplistic view. Clearly, Russia remains highly unstable at home, and its authoritarian instincts were starkly revealed in . However, this book shows that Moscow's foreign policy has generally been conducted within the parameters of international consensus even when this meant the abandonment of long-time allies, such as Iraq and the Bosnian Serbs. ID number: 80013867 Year: 1997 Type: M


355 /00348 Retreating from the Cold War : Germany, Russia, and the Withdrawal of the Western Group of Forces - Houndmills, UK : MacMillan. xiv, 185 p.; 22 cm. ISBN: 0814715281 Author(s): 1. Cox, David, 1956- Subject(s): 1. USSR--ARMED FORCES--GERMANY (EAST) 2. EUROPE, EASTERN--HISTORY--REVOLUTION, 1989 3. USSR--FOREIGN RELATIONS--GERMANY (EAST) 4. GERMANY (EAST)--FOREIGN RELATIONS--USSR 5. USSR--MILITARY POLICY Notes: Bibliography: p. 175-180. Includes index. 'This book looks at the Soviet, and later Russian, military withdrawal from what was East Germany. It focuses on the central role of these Soviet troops in the historic events that marked the end of the Cold War, including the East German revolution in 1989, German unification in 1990, and the final withdrawal of the troops themselves in 1994, events that were put in motion by Mikhail Gorbachev's reform in the USSR. Specifically, the withdrawal was the result of the interplay between Soviet domestic reforms and changes in Soviet foreign and defence policy, as Gorbachev sought to end the Stalinist system in both the USSR and its allies. When the Eastern European states moved towards pluralism, however, the Soviets peacefully accepted the loss of its over the .' ID number: 80012954 Year: 1996 Type: M


327.5 /00463 The End of the Cold War : Evaluating Theories of International Relations - The Hague : Kluwer. 271 p.; 24 cm. ISBN: 0792334361 Subject(s): 1. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 2. COLD WAR Added entry(s): 1. Allan, Pierre, ed. 2. Goldmann, Kjell, ed. Notes: Includes index. 'This book examines some of the main theories of international relations through a single historical turning point : the end of the Cold War. It deals with the tension between established international relations theories and the actual course of

Page 9 international politics, thus providing a critical assessment of the main theories. This book is of interest to scholars in the field of international affairs and related areas.' ID number: 80012548 Year: 1995 Type: M


327 /00922 The Great Transition : American-Soviet Relations and the End of the Cold War - Washington : . xiv, 834 p.; 24 cm. ISBN: 0815730608 Author(s): 1. Garthoff, Raymond L. Subject(s): 1. USA--FOREIGN RELATIONS--USSR 2. USSR--FOREIGN RELATIONS--USA 3. COLD WAR Notes: Includes index. 'This book features a detailed account of relations during the Reagan and Bush administrations and the Soviet leadership from the end of Brezhnev's rule through the transformation of the Soviet Union under Gorbachev.' ID number: 80012578 Year: 1994 Type: M


323 /00482 Revolutions in Eastern Europe - London : Pinter. viii, 193 p. : ill.; 23 cm. ISBN: 0861871693 Author(s): 1. East, Roger, 1952- Subject(s): 1. EUROPE, EASTERN--HISTORY--REVOLUTION, 1989 Notes: Includes index. 'This comprehensive reference book provides a introduction to the recent revolutions in Eastern Europe. Starting with the broad historical background, the author then concentrates on the development of independent countries and the conditions in which communist regimes took power. Separate chapters covering each country give a factual account of the revolutions and upheavals associated with the collapse of communism, assessing their underlying causes and the current of the new regimes at the beginning of 1992. A final chapter covers defence, economic and political groupings. All the chapters are accompagnied by maps.' ID number: 80007385 Year: 1992 Type: M

Page 10 327 /00794 In Search of Stability : Europe's Unfinished Revolution - London : Adamantine. xiii, 388 p.; 24 cm. (European Defence and Strategic Studies Annual ; 1991-92) ISBN: 0744900638 Subject(s): 1. EUROPE--FOREIGN RELATIONS 2. EUROPE-- 3. EUROPE, EASTERN--HISTORY--REVOLUTION, 1989 Added entry(s): 1. Frost, Gerald, ed. 2. MacHallam, Andrew, ed. ID number: 80008083 Year: 1992 Type: M

327.5 /00466 La fin de la guerre froide : perspectives - Lyon : Presses Universitaires de Lyon. 213 p. : ill.; 21 cm. ISBN: 2729704388 Author(s): 1. Eyraud, Henri Subject(s): 1. COLD WAR 2. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS Notes: Bibliography: p. 206-209. ID number: 80008091 Year: 1992 Type: M


355.4 /00954 European Security Policy after the Revolutions of 1989 - Washington : National Defense University Press. xvi, 640 p.; 23 cm. Subject(s): 1. EUROPE--NATIONAL SECURITY 2. NATO--NATIONAL SECURITY 3. EUROPE, EASTERN--HISTORY--REVOLUTION, 1989 Added entry(s): 1. Simon, Jeffrey, 1942- , ed. 2. National Defense University (US) Notes: Includes index. ID number: 80006642 Year: 1991 Type: M

323 /00511 La fine del blocco sovietico - [s.l.] : Ponte alle Grazie. 254 p.; 24 cm. Subject(s): 1. EUROPE, EASTERN--HISTORY 2. EUROPE, EASTERN--HISTORY--REVOLUTION, 1989 Added entry(s): 1. Centro Studi di Politica Internazionale (IT) ID number: 80009147 Year: 1991 Type: M

Page 11 323 /00490 U.S.S.R. and Eastern Europe : The Shattered Heartland - New York : Foreign Policy Association. 102 p. : ill.; 20 cm. (Headline Series, 0017-8780 ; 295) ISBN: 0871241412 Author(s): 1. Kimball, John C. Subject(s): 1. USSR--HISTORY--COUP D'ETAT, 1991 2. EUROPE, EASTERN--POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT 3. EUROPE, EASTERN--HISTORY--REVOLUTION, 1989 Added entry(s): 1. Foreign Policy Association (US) Notes: 'This book explores the reasons for the 19 coup and offers an overview of historical, political and economic factors that led into - and now out of - the Gorbachev era.' ID number: 80007978 Year: 1991 Type: M

323 /00460 Czechoslovakia : Too Velvet a Revolution? - London : . 41 p.; 25 cm. (European Security Study ; 11) ISBN: 0907967221 Author(s): 1. Candole, James de Subject(s): 1. CZECHOSLOVAKIA--HISTORY--REVOLUTION, 1989 2. CZECHOSLOVAKIA--POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT Added entry(s): 1. Institute for European Defence & Strategic Studies (GB) ID number: 80005999 Year: 1991 Type: M

323 /00483 Romania : The Entangled Revolution - New York : Praeger. xxiv, 179 p.; 25 cm. (The Washington papers, 0278-937X ; 152) ISBN: 0275941450 Author(s): 1. Ratesh, Nestor, 1933- Subject(s): 1. ROMANIA--HISTORY--REVOLUTION, 1989 Notes: Includes index. 'This volume offers a full documentary account of the December 1989 revolution that toppled the Communist dictatorship of Nicolae Ceausescu in Romania. Based on the author's personal investigation and interviews, extensive screening of the Romanian and international press, and critical examination of sources and interpretations, it analyzes a complex, often puzzling series of events.' ID number: 80007433 Year: 1991 Type: M

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323 /00449 Spring in Winter : The 1989 Revolutions - Manchester : Manchester University Press. xxiv, 252 p.; 21 cm. ISBN: 0719034442 Subject(s): 1. EUROPE, EASTERN--HISTORY--REVOLUTION, 1989 2. EUROPE, EASTERN--POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT Added entry(s): 1. Prins, Gwyn, ed. Notes: Includes index. ID number: 80005565 Year: 1990 Type: M

327.5 /00336 The End of the Cold War - London : Frank Cass. 216 p.; 23 cm. ISBN: 0714634190 Subject(s): 1. COLD WAR 2. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS Added entry(s): 1. Armstrong, David, ed. 2. Goldstein, Erik, ed. ID number: 80006476 Year: 1990 Type: M

327.5 /00467 La fin de la guerre froide : ses consequences pour les relations internationales - Quebec : Centre Quebecois de Relations Internationales. 256 p.; 23 cm. ISBN: 2920027093 Subject(s): 1. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 2. COLD WAR Added entry(s): 1. David, Charles-Philippe, ed. 2. Centre Quebecois de Relations Internationales (CA) 3. Fondation pour les Etudes de Defense Nationale (FR) Notes: Bibliography: p. 241-254. 'Ce livre constitue un tour d'horizon des changements intervenus dans le systeme international (geopolitique des , croissance des interdependences, role et influence de l'Union sovietique et des Etats-Unis, negociations sur le desarmement), et dans les systemes regionaux (Europe de l'Est, Europe Occidentale, Asie, Moyen-Orient et Tiers-Monde en general).' ID number: 80007596 Year: 1990 Type: M



The Czech and the Slovak Republic : Ten Years After the Break-up. (SLOVAK FOREIGN POLICY AFFAIRS, . 4, no. 1, Spring 2003, p. 30-45.) Author(s): 1. Leska, Vladimir Subject(s): 1. CZECHOSLOVAKIA--HISTORY--REVOLUTION, 1989 2. --FOREIGN RELATIONS-- 3. SLOVAKIA--FOREIGN RELATIONS--CZECH REPUBLIC Notes: The close connection of the bilateral cooperation of states of Czechoslovakia to their accession goals determined the clear European dimension of Czech-Slovak relations from 1998-2002. These relations will be enhanced and deepened providing the environment favorable for their successful accession to European and trans-Atlantic structures. Both processes - integrationist and bilateral cooperation - are interconnected and conditioned on each other. The Schengen system, for example, will really, not just theoretically, promote the exclusive and above standard Czech-Slovak relations. ID Number: JA019371 Year: 2003 Language: English Type: ART


The Unfinished Revolution of 1989. (FOREIGN POLICY, no. 115, Summer 1999, p. 90-105.) Author(s): 1. Rosenberg, Tina Subject(s): 1. EUROPE, EASTERN--HISTORY--REVOLUTION, 1989 2. COMMUNISM Notes: When the fell ten years ago, many people believed that communism would be chipped away and Western-style capitalism and democracy would emerge gleaming from beneath. Some have thrived in the open air of freedom. But others have faced the sharp end of the or the blunt of new states that owe more to 1984 than 1989. Surprises abound in a look back at life after the end of history. ID Number: JA014508 Year: 1999 Language: English Type: ART

** This list contains material received as of October 16th , 2009 – Cette liste est arrêtée au 16 octobre 2009.

Page 14 The Revolutions of 1989 Reconsidered. (CURRENT HISTORY, vol. 98, no. 627, 1999, p. 147-152.) Author(s): 1. Rutland, Peter Subject(s): 1. EUROPE, EASTERN--HISTORY--REVOLUTION, 1989 Notes: Ten years later, Eastern Europe is still looking for answers to the questions raised by the fall of communism. ID Number: JA014017 Year: 1999 Language: English Type: ART


War and Peace : The Divergent Breakups of and Czechoslovakia. (JOURNAL OF PEACE RESEARCH, vol. 31, no. 2, May 1994, p. 175-187.) Author(s): 1. Bookman, Milica Z. Subject(s): 1. CZECHOSLOVAKIA--HISTORY--REVOLUTION, 1989 2. YUGOSLAV WAR, 1991-1995 Notes: This paper describes the process by which the new states of former Yugoslavia and Cezchoslovakia were born, and explores the conditions which underlies the defferences in the two breakups. The aim of the study is to understand how to maximize the possibility of democratic and peaceful breakups, if they must occur, and thus avoid the pitfalls that the former Yugoslav fell into. ID Number: JA009265 Year: 1994 Language: English Type: ART


The Bumpy Road of Czechoslovakia's . (PROBLEMS OF COMMUNISM, vol. 41, no. 3, May - June 1992, p. 19-33.) Author(s): 1. Ulc, Otto Subject(s): 1. CZECHOSLOVAKIA--HISTORY--REVOLUTION, 1989 ID Number: JA007381 Year: 1992 Language: English Type: ART

The Cold War and its Aftermath. (, vol. 71, no. 4, Fall 1992, p. 31-49.) Author(s): 1. Brzezinski, Zbigniew Subject(s): 1. COLD WAR ID Number: JA007819 Year: 1992 Language: English Type: ART

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Now out of Never : The Element of Surprise in the East European Revolution of 1989. (WORLD POLITICS, vol. 44, no. 1, October 1991, p. 7-48.) Author(s): 1. Kuran, Subject(s): 1. EUROPE, EASTERN--HISTORY--REVOLUTION, 1989 ID Number: JA005058 Year: 1991 Language: English Type: ART

Lessons of the East European Revolutions of 1989. (PROBLEMS OF COMMUNISM, vol. 40, no. 5, - October 1991, p. 17-22.) Author(s): 1. Stokes, Gale Subject(s): 1. EUROPE, EASTERN--HISTORY--REVOLUTION, 1989 ID Number: JA005067 Year: 1991 Language: English Type: ART

The 1989 Revolution and Romania's Future. (PROBLEMS OF COMMUNISM, vol. 40, no. 1-2, January - April 1991, p. 42-59.) Author(s): 1. Calinescu, Matei 2. Tismaneanu, Vladimir Subject(s): 1. ROMANIA--HISTORY--REVOLUTION, 1989 2. ROMANIA--POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT Notes: The National Salvation Front that came to power in the aftermath of the December 1989 revolution that toppled the regime of Nicolae Ceausescu shows disturbing signs of relying on some of the techniques and policies of the late . Nevertheless, the democratic trappings put in place in the last year may yet acquire substance. ID Number: JA003141 Year: 1991 Language: English Type: ART

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