Konflikt und Kooperation zwischen Ost und West

In This Review

Konflikt und Kooperation zwischen Ost und West

By Gerhard Wettig
Osang Verlag, 1981
217 pp.

With characteristic thoroughness, drawing on all the pertinent Western and Soviet writings, Wettig gives a review and critique of the concepts which have marked the course of East-West and particularly U.S.-Soviet relations since World War II: deterrence, détente, coexistence, strategic stability and so on. He is honest and fair in describing the various theories and always coolly skeptical in his own evaluation.

More Reviews on Eastern Europe and Former Soviet Republics From This Issue

Browse All Capsule Reviews

Related Articles

This site uses cookies to improve your user experience. Click here to learn more.