By shedding new light on the soviet system and how it made foreign policy matthew evangelistas book unarmed forces the transnational movement to end the cold war published by cornell unversity press illuminates the cold war and how it came to an end evangelista focuses on transnational actors particularly prominent scientists and . Matthew evangelista unarmed forces the transnational movement to end the cold war ithaca cornell university press 1999 406 pp 3995 pacifists and peace activists have long claimed that the power of nonviolence exceeds that of more tangible and traditional forms of weaponry. Throughout the cold war people worldwide feared that the us and soviet governments could not prevent a nuclear showdown citizens from both east bloc and western countries among them prominent scientists and physicians formed networks to promote ideas and policies that would lessen this danger two of their organizationsthe pugwash movement and the international physicians for the . Unarmed forces the transnational movement to end the cold war herbert l abrams is a member in residence center for international security and cooperation stanford university and a professor of radiology stanford university . Get this from a library unarmed forces the transnational movement to end the cold war matthew evangelista matthew evangelista examines the work of transnational peace movements throughout the khrushchev brezhnev and gorbachev eras and into the first years of boris yeltsins leadership drawing on
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