The Iranian Crisis and the Birth of the Cold War

The Iranian Crisis and the Birth of the Cold War

This work examines the Iranian Crisis of 1946 and its active role in shaping the Cold War that followed. It is intended to serve as a case study of how the United States was able to successfully flex its short-lived atomic monopoly and achieve its international objectives in the early postwar era. This writing engages with the robust academic field of U.S. foreign relations that over the past number of years revisited and reimagined the origins and driving forces… (more)

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Publisher: Lexington Books (September 15, 2018)

Page count: 144 pages

Language: English

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