By Richard Smoke, Andrei Kortunov
Published at the same time within the West and the USSR, this examine makes a speciality of East-West family members, and the matter of safety. the results of a undertaking concerning either American and Soviet experts, this publication considers the choices and covers coverage concerns on Europe, Korea and palms reduction.
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Extra info for Mutual Security: A New Approach to Soviet-American Relations
What seems beyond reach in a divided world has already appeared as a natural outcome of a growing unity of humanity that develops first of all in the economic sphere. We refer to the interdependence of states that is constantly gaining strength in the twentieth century. Economic interdependence has started a radical transformation of the whole system of international relations. , nuclear proliferation, pollution of the environment). , large-scale international research projects and global information exchange networks).
Inside these economic complexes the words "national" and "alien" lose their traditional meaning. This development in the economic domain is putting an imprint on other spheres of human activity as well, though there the process is slower and more contradictory. The formation of transnational planes of organic interactions from national unities is a reproduction on a higher level of what has already happened inside states in modem history (for instance in Western Europe). Parallels are numerous.
The existing negative interdependence between our two countries must be replaced with positive interdependence. Otherwise any changes for the better are likely to be ephemeral. " (Jacob Burckhardt) This chapter focuses on efforts made by the two superpowers to move beyond the worst confrontational aspects of the Cold War towards a non-confrontational form of rivalry, one that gradually would be leavened by cooperation and collaboration on significant issues of mutual concern. l In both the Soviet Union and the United States this goal of a more "constructive, stable" relationship, as it has often been called, has been the source of important controversy.
Mutual Security: A New Approach to Soviet-American Relations by Richard Smoke, Andrei Kortunov