, Volume 87, Number 5

Richard Saull

This article offers a critical assessment of Fred Halliday’s theorization of the Cold War and, in particular, his attempt to offer a more global perspective on it through a greater focus on the role of developments emanating from the Third World as constitutive of the Cold War.  

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