German Ostpolitik and the Soviet Union, 1970-1975

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2004

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Mershon Center for International Security Studies

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This project examines the bilateral relationship between West Germany and the Soviet Union in the period between the Moscow treaty and the Helsinki accords. Fink seeks to prove that Bonn’s active Ostpolitik towards the USSR established a crucial element in restructuring Cold War Europe, moving from two decades of military and political confrontation to two decades of continental détente and cooperation.

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Ostpolitik, Soviet Union, Cold War

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