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By Gordon Martel
Necessary compilation of essays masking the key occasions of the 20 th century. status out from this total notable physique of labor are the contributions at the undertones and reasons of WW I (Martel's uniqueness) and 3 chapters on often-overlooked advancements resulting in WW II.
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In 1961 he raised hopes when he declared that Soviet socialism was so advanced that by the end of the next decade it would surpass the production of the United States and be in a position to construct a true communist society. His successor, Brezhnev, was a man who believed in using military might as a tool to challenge the West. This did not make the ideological goal of achieving a communist society any easier, however. Twenty years after Khrushchev’s speech, Brezhnev had to tone down his predecessor’s rosy prediction and substitute the rhetoric of gradual progress.
It eventually disappeared altogether when the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan in 1979. The Bipolar System under Stress, 1979–1984 The 1970s détente was soon followed by the deterioration of East–West relations. In retrospect, the reasons for this were not difﬁcult to A BIPOLAR WORLD comprehend. Both sides wanted détente in the 1970s, but neither gave up the idea of competition with each other and the desire to prevail over the other. The Kremlin’s optimism that détente would revive after the initial “shock” of the Soviet– Afghan War had subsided was premature.
92–3, 96–7; and Post World War II Foreign Policy Planning: State Department Records of Harley A. Notter (microform: Bethesda, MD, 1987), ﬁ le 548-1 (a summary of contacts with the president). As quoted in John L. Harper, American Visions of Europe (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1994), p. 113. 297 20 For the Molotov–Roosevelt conversations of May– June 1942 and Stalin’s strong endorsement of FDR’s thinking, see Rzheshevsky, War and Diplomacy, docs. 68, 77, 82, 83; and FRUS, 1942, vol. 3, pp.
A Companion to International History 1900–2001 by Gordon Martel