War & peace in post-Soviet Eastern Europe

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Conflict Studies Research Centre , Camberley
Other titlesWar and peace in post-Soviet Eastern Europe.
StatementSally Cummings, ed..
SeriesConflict Studies Research Centre -- G81
ContributionsCummings, Sally., Conflict Studies Research Centre.
The Physical Object
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The Soviet–Polish peace treaty ofalso known as the “Riga peace,” ended the war of – and may be considered the most important Eastern European treaty of the interwar period. This book offers a post-Soviet account of how Bolshevik Russia and Poland came to sign the treaty—a pact that established the central part of the Soviet western border and provided Eastern Europe Author: Jerzy Borzecki.

The war has been fought by Russian and Russian-proxy forces with Moscow providing the direction, financing and weapons. These actions shredded the fabric of post-Soviet European security. Tragically, more t people have died in the continuing fighting in the Donbas, and negotiations to find a solution have yet to achieve lasting results.

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In his view, today’s inflamed geopolitical crisis was rooted in the post-Cold War failure to create a security system, primarily in Europe, that would fully include Russia. Allied Occupation of Germany and Austria.

Continental Europe emerged from German domination inshattered and transformed. After the German surrender, Great Britain, the United States, France, and the Soviet Union divided Germany and Austria into four occupation zones, each to be administered by one of the victorious powers.

A return to authoritarianism increases the chances of war while democracy expands the possibilities of peace.

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Dictatorial rule diminishes the possibilities of European integration and increases the risks of nationalistic rivalries, territorial disputes, and ethnic strife - the many passions temporarily repressed by Communist domination. The following is the introduction and synopsis of Brookings Senior Fellow Michael O’Hanlon’s latest Marshall Paper, titled “Beyond NATO: A New Security Architecture for Eastern Europe Author: Michael E.

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