, Volume 87, Number 1

Geoffrey Warner

The Cambridge history of the Cold War is a three-volume work by 75 contributors, mostly from the United States and the United Kingdom. In analysing the origins of the Cold War, the contributors pay perhaps too much attention to ideology as opposed to geopolitics, a flaw which is made easier by the absence of sufficient historical background.

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