The non-aligned movement and the Cold War : Delhi - Bandung - Belgrade
The non-aligned movement and the Cold War : Delhi - Bandung - Belgrade / edited by Nataša Mišković, Harald Fischer-Tiné and Nada Boškovska.
|Other authors:||Mišković, Nataša.Fischer-Tiné, Harald. (Editor)Boškovska Leimgruber, Nada. (Editor)|
Table of Contents:
- Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Notes on contributors; Acknowledgements; Introduction; The era of non-alignment; Part I Afro-Asian solidarity; 1 International events, national policy: the 1930s in India as a formative period for non-alignment; 2 'The Asiatic hour': new perspectives on the Asian relations conference, New Delhi, 1947; 3 Prolegomena to non-alignment: race and the international system; Part II Cold War entanglements; 4 The non-aligned: apart from and still within the Cold War.
- 5 Between idealism and pragmatism: Tito, Nehru and the Hungarian crisis, 19566 The non-aligned and the German question; Part III A voice in the international system; 7 'Fighting colonialism' versus 'non-alignment': two Arab points of view on the Bandung Conference; 8 Between Great Powers and Third World neutralists: Yugoslavia and the Belgrade Conference of the Non-Aligned Movement, 1961; 9 'To grab the headlines in the world press': non-aligned summits as media events; Index.