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Jumlah Pengunjung:120
Jenis Bahan Pustaka:Monograf
Nomor Panggil:327.1 NON
Pengarang:Miskovic, Natasa., Harakd Fischer-Tine & Nada Boskovska (editor)
Judul:The Non-Aligned Movement and the Cold War
Penerbitan:Routledge
Deskripsi Fisik:xviii + 232 hal.; 23 cm.
Subjek: Politik internasional-Perang Dunia
Catatan:The idea of non-alignment and peaceful coexistence was not new when Yugoslavia hosted the Belgrade Summit of the Non-Aligned in September 1961. Freedom activists from the colonies in Asia, Africa, and South America had been discussing such issues for decades already, but this long-lasting context is usually forgotten in political and historical assessments of the Non-Aligned Movement. This book puts the Non-Aligned Movement into its wider historical context and sheds light on the long-term connections and entanglements of the Afro-Asian world. It assembles scholars from differing fields of research, such as Asian Studies, Eastern European and Southeast European History, Cold War Studies, Middle Eastern Studies and International Relations. In doing so, this volume looks back to the ideological beginnings of the concept of peaceful coexistence at the time of the anticolonial movements, and at the multi-faceted challenges of foreign policy the former freedom fighters faced when they established their own decolonized states. It analyses the crucial role Yugoslav president Tito played in his determination to keep his country out of the blocs, and finally examines the main achievement of the Non-Aligned Movement: to give subordinate states of formerly subaltern peoples a voice in the international system.
ISBN / ISNM / ISSN: 978-0-415-74263-4
DDC:327.1
JUMLAH EKSEMPLAR:2
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