German Yearbook of Contemporary History 02:1

German Yearbook of Contemporary History 02:1

"West Germany, the Global South, and the Cold War"
Edited by Agnes Bresselau von Bressensdorf, Elke Seefried and Christian F. Ostermann

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Volume 2 (2017)
West Germany, the Global South, and the Cold War


Introduction: West Germany and the Global South in the Cold War Era
Agnes Bresselau von Bressensdorf & Elke Seefried

From Sihanouk to Pol Pot: Diplomacy, Human Rights, and Relations between the Federal Republic of Germany and Cambodia, 1967–1979
Tim Szatkowski

Cold War Myopia: Germany’s World in the 1970s and its Relations with Cambodia
Kiran Klaus Patel

Chile as a Litmus Test: East and West German Foreign Policy and Cold War Rivalry
Georg J. Dufner

Stabilizing the Global South: West Germany, Human Rights, and Brazil, 1960–1980
William Glenn Gray

Between the Shah and Khomeini: The Federal Republic of Germany and the Islamic Revolution in Iran
Frank Bösch

Islam as an Underestimated Challenge: NATO States and the Afghan Crisis of 1979
Agnes Bresselau von Bressensdorf

Bringing the Cold War Back Home: The Berlin Center for Cold War Studies
Bernd Greiner

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