The United States and Europe in the Twentieth Century.

By: Ryan, DavidMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandSeminar Studies: Publisher: London : Taylor and Francis, 2016Description: 1 online resource (196 p.)ISBN: 9781317883913Subject(s): United States - Foreign relations - EuropeGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The United States and Europe in the Twentieth CenturyDDC classification: 327.73040904 LOC classification: E183.8.E85Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Half Title -- Dedication -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Introduction to the Series -- Author's Acknowledgements -- Publisher's Acknowledgements -- List of Maps -- Chronology -- Part One: Background -- 1. The Traditions of Us Foreign Relations -- Cooperation, Conflict and the National Interest -- Spheres of Influence: The Monroe Doctrine -- Empire as a Way of Life: Manifest Destiny and Imperialism -- Open Doors: Expanding Trade -- The Turn into the American Century -- Part Two: The United States and the World Wars -- 2. Wilson's Order and European Power
The United States and Imperial Europe -- The First World War: Prelude to Intervention, 1914-16 -- US Intervention -- The Russian Revolution -- The Western Front and Western Peace -- 3. The Inter-War System to the Second World War -- Ruling the Waves? -- Economic Engagement with Europe -- Economic Fragmentation: The Wall Street Crash and the Great Depression -- Washington and the Rise of Fascist Europe -- US Isolation? -- The Second World War -- Part Three: The United States, Europe and the Cold War -- 4. The Division of Europe, 1945-56 -- Planning the Post-War Order -- Emerging Cold War in Europe
The Marshall Plan: Integrating Europe -- Crisis in Berlin and the Formation of NATO -- The End(s) of Empire -- Peaceful Coexistence? -- 5. The United States and Europe from the Atlantic to the Urals? 1957-72 -- Bystanders: Eastern Europe and Hungary -- Transatlantic Division: Suez -- European Unity -- Kennedy's Grand Design -- De Gaulle and Europe from the Atlantic to the Urals -- Ostpolitik, Czechoslovakia, Détente -- Part Four: The United States, European Integration and the End of the Cold War -- 6. Us Decline and European Integration, 1973-86 -- Détente and Economic Tensions
The Year of Europe and EEC Enlargement -- End of Authoritarian Government -- Renewed Cold War? -- Solidarity in the East or West? -- Single European Act -- 7. The End of the Cold War, 1987-2000 -- Soviet New Thinking -- Revolution in Eastern Europe -- German Unification -- Soviet Dissolution, 1991 -- The European Union or Transatlantic Unity -- Yugoslavia: Bosnia to Kosovo -- Part Five: Assessment -- 8. Extending The West -- Part Six: Documents -- Glossary -- Who's Who -- Further Reading -- References -- Index
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Cover -- Half Title -- Dedication -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Introduction to the Series -- Author's Acknowledgements -- Publisher's Acknowledgements -- List of Maps -- Chronology -- Part One: Background -- 1. The Traditions of Us Foreign Relations -- Cooperation, Conflict and the National Interest -- Spheres of Influence: The Monroe Doctrine -- Empire as a Way of Life: Manifest Destiny and Imperialism -- Open Doors: Expanding Trade -- The Turn into the American Century -- Part Two: The United States and the World Wars -- 2. Wilson's Order and European Power

The United States and Imperial Europe -- The First World War: Prelude to Intervention, 1914-16 -- US Intervention -- The Russian Revolution -- The Western Front and Western Peace -- 3. The Inter-War System to the Second World War -- Ruling the Waves? -- Economic Engagement with Europe -- Economic Fragmentation: The Wall Street Crash and the Great Depression -- Washington and the Rise of Fascist Europe -- US Isolation? -- The Second World War -- Part Three: The United States, Europe and the Cold War -- 4. The Division of Europe, 1945-56 -- Planning the Post-War Order -- Emerging Cold War in Europe

The Marshall Plan: Integrating Europe -- Crisis in Berlin and the Formation of NATO -- The End(s) of Empire -- Peaceful Coexistence? -- 5. The United States and Europe from the Atlantic to the Urals? 1957-72 -- Bystanders: Eastern Europe and Hungary -- Transatlantic Division: Suez -- European Unity -- Kennedy's Grand Design -- De Gaulle and Europe from the Atlantic to the Urals -- Ostpolitik, Czechoslovakia, Détente -- Part Four: The United States, European Integration and the End of the Cold War -- 6. Us Decline and European Integration, 1973-86 -- Détente and Economic Tensions

The Year of Europe and EEC Enlargement -- End of Authoritarian Government -- Renewed Cold War? -- Solidarity in the East or West? -- Single European Act -- 7. The End of the Cold War, 1987-2000 -- Soviet New Thinking -- Revolution in Eastern Europe -- German Unification -- Soviet Dissolution, 1991 -- The European Union or Transatlantic Unity -- Yugoslavia: Bosnia to Kosovo -- Part Five: Assessment -- 8. Extending The West -- Part Six: Documents -- Glossary -- Who's Who -- Further Reading -- References -- Index

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During his thirty-five-year career, David Ryan, presently adjunct curator of design at The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, has organized exhibitions, projects, & publications related to modernist design, including "The Minneapolis Institute's Documents as Art" (1969) & "Art Deco" (1972), and, while he served as director of the Fort Worth Art Museum, "Joseph Hoffman: Design Classics" (1982).

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