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The End of the Cold War

European Unity, Socialism, and the Shift in Global Power

1990
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Bogdan Denitch

The End of the Cold War

“Bogdan Denitch is the leading Democratic leftist intellectual on Eastern Europe. His fascinating treatment of the end of the cold war is the best analysis available.” -- Cornel West

The End of the Cold War

Bogdan Denitch is one of the few Eastern European and Soviet experts to have predicted the revolutions within Eastern Europe in 1989. He is emeritus professor of political sociology at CUNY Graduate Center and Queen’s College and the author of Limits and Possibilities: The Crisis of Yugoslav Socialism and State Socialist Systems (Minnesota) and The Socialist Debate: Beyond Red and Green.

The End of the Cold War

“Bogdan Denitch is the leading Democratic leftist intellectual on Eastern Europe. His fascinating treatment of the end of the cold war is the best analysis available.” -- Cornel West

“Bogdan Denitch has written a cogent and realistic analysis of the prospects for a ‘new Europe,’ from a roughly social democratic point of view. His work shows an intimate acquaintance with the political trends and social developments of contemporary Europe, and not the least of its virtues is a readiness to be critical of the political tradition from which he himself writes.” -- Irving Howe