1989 in a global perspective.

Engel, Ulf, Frank Hadler and Matthias Middell (Eds.):

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462 S. IVAN T. BEREND Global Financial Architecture and East Central Europe before and after 1989 -- FRANK HADLER The Polish 1989: The First Break in the Wall after a Decade of Struggle for the State of Solidarity -- LÁSZLÓ BORHI Domestic Change, International Transformation: Hungary's Role in Ending the Bipolar System in 1989 -- OLDFICH TUMA External Factors Influencing the Fall of the Communist Regime in Czechoslovakia -- KONRAD H. JARAUSCH The Peaceful Revolution as Transnational Process: Global Dimensions of the Fall of the Wall -- MIHAI MANEA 1989 in Romania: A Violent Popular Oust. Some Certainties and Uncertainties -- IRINA MOROZOVA The Year 1989: Southern "Peripheries " of the Soviet Union at the Time of Perestroika -- CHRISTOPH BOYER Big "1989", Small "1989": A Comparative View on Eastern Central Europe and China on their Way into Globalization -- BIRTE C. HERRMANN "Battle Cries of US Democracy " on Tian'anmen Square? US Media and the Chinese Movement of 1989 -- CHARLES K. ARMSTRONG 1989 and the Korean Peninsula -- MICHAEL MANN India 1989: Overcoming the Post-Colonial State -- ERIN K. WILSON "Good International Citizen" or "Nation Under Threat"? 1989 and the Politics of Identity in Australia -- ULF ENGEL Africa's "1989" -- CHRIS SAUNDERS "1989 " and Southern Africa -- DAVID SIMO Africa and the Turning Point of 1989 -- KLAAS DYKMANN Global 1989 and El Salvador -- HEIDRUN ZINECKER Where 1989 Didn 't Happen: The Case of Colombia -- BRUCE MAZLISH Global Importance of 1989. ISBN 9783865834379 Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 770 Fadengehefteter Originalpappband mit Schutzumschlag. N° de réf. du libraire

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Titre : 1989 in a global perspective.
Éditeur : Leipzig: Leipziger Universitätsverlag,
Date d'édition : 2015

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Engel, Ulf, Frank Hadler and Matthias Middell (Eds.):
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Description du livre Leipzig: Leipziger Universitätsverlag, 2015. État : Sehr gut. 462 S. IVAN T. BEREND Global Financial Architecture and East Central Europe before and after 1989 -- FRANK HADLER The Polish 1989: The First Break in the Wall after a Decade of Struggle for the State of Solidarity -- LÁSZLÓ BORHI Domestic Change, International Transformation: Hungary's Role in Ending the Bipolar System in 1989 -- OLDFICH TUMA External Factors Influencing the Fall of the Communist Regime in Czechoslovakia -- KONRAD H. JARAUSCH The Peaceful Revolution as Transnational Process: Global Dimensions of the Fall of the Wall -- MIHAI MANEA 1989 in Romania: A Violent Popular Oust. Some Certainties and Uncertainties -- IRINA MOROZOVA The Year 1989: Southern "Peripheries " of the Soviet Union at the Time of Perestroika -- CHRISTOPH BOYER Big "1989", Small "1989": A Comparative View on Eastern Central Europe and China on their Way into Globalization -- BIRTE C. HERRMANN "Battle Cries of US Democracy " on Tian'anmen Square? US Media and the Chinese Movement of 1989 -- CHARLES K. ARMSTRONG 1989 and the Korean Peninsula -- MICHAEL MANN India 1989: Overcoming the Post-Colonial State -- ERIN K. WILSON "Good International Citizen" or "Nation Under Threat"? 1989 and the Politics of Identity in Australia -- ULF ENGEL Africa's "1989" -- CHRIS SAUNDERS "1989 " and Southern Africa -- DAVID SIMO Africa and the Turning Point of 1989 -- KLAAS DYKMANN Global 1989 and El Salvador -- HEIDRUN ZINECKER Where 1989 Didn 't Happen: The Case of Colombia -- BRUCE MAZLISH Global Importance of 1989. ISBN 9783865834379 Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 770 Fadengehefteter Originalpappband mit Schutzumschlag. N° de réf. du libraire 1039169

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