By Alpo M. Rusi
This booklet offers new and remarkable interpretations in regard to the post-World conflict 2 heritage of the East-West clash and demands interdisciplinary techniques in interpreting diplomacy. The systematic and political strategies are undoing the department of Europe and restoring an 'organically' interdependent continent. The occasions of 1989 in japanese Europe are yet a harbinger of a brand new defense order in Europe and, for the 1st time because the Treaty of Westphalia of 1648 Europe attempts to seem past state-centered techniques of safeguard.
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Within the framework of detente, West German Ostpolitik played an important, perhaps quite central, role. In retrospect, the policy of detente demonstrates a triumph of traditional diplomacy, in which questions of gains and losses are always relative-and every gain contains at least one major paradox. As mentioned above, detente developed in the aftermath of the Berlin and Cuban crises. In one respect, it is clear that Khrushchev's Cuban gamble was related to his desire to obtain political leverage over the German problem through a publicized shift in the strategic balance.
Point of view, the CSCE provided a means to control the policy of detente as well as Ostpolitik. S. ,,4s For the FRG, the first phase of Ostpolitik during the period of 1969-1973 had brought many positive results, though not a solution to the German question. For the rest of Europe and the United States, however, the temporary settlement of the German question constituted an acceptable long-term solution. Part II Change in Europe 46 Change in Europe PART II CHANGE IN EUROPE The postwar European status quo cannot be equated with a stable peace.
38 Although the Soviet Union basically rejected the policy of world revolution in 1956, it started to practice an aggressive "nuclear diplomacy" to achieve political advantage, particularly in Europe. This diplomacy in fact frightened many in the West and caused dissension within NATO. Western public opinion gradually began to favor unilateral denuclearization, and "better red than dead" was a popular slogan in many West European countries in the late 1950s. " The aim of this kind of propaganda was to cause disintegration in West German and West European domestic politics: to strengthen the leftist parties, which had been more "soft" vis-3:-vis the Soviet Union.