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At the Dawn of the Cold War

The Soviet-American Crisis Over Iranian Azerbaijan, 1941-1946. 9:B&W 6 x 9 in or 229 x 152 mm Case Laminate on…
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For half a century, the United States and the Soviet Union were in conflict. But how and where did the Cold War begin? Jamil Hasanli answers these intriguing questions in At the Dawn of the Cold War. He argues that the intergenerational crisis over
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Titel: At the Dawn of the Cold War
Autor/en: Jamil Hasanli

ISBN: 0742540553
EAN: 9780742540552
The Soviet-American Crisis Over Iranian Azerbaijan, 1941-1946.
9:B&W 6 x 9 in or 229 x 152 mm Case Laminate on Creme w/Gloss Lam.
Sprache: Englisch.
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers

28. Juni 2006 - gebunden - 424 Seiten

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For half a century, the United States and the Soviet Union were in conflict. But how and where did the Cold War begin? Jamil Hasanli answers these intriguing questions in At the Dawn of the Cold War. He argues that the intergenerational crisis over

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Chapter 1: The Penetration of the Soviet Troops into Iran and the Strengthening of the Soviet Position in Iranian Azerbaijan
Chapter 2: The Intensification of Soviet Policy in Iranian Azerbaijan
Chapter 3: The Struggle for Oil and the Government Crisis in Tehran
Chapter 4: End of War in Europe: Decisions of Moscow and Iranian Azerbaijan
Chapter 5: Creation of the Democratic Party and the Idea of Autonomy
Chapter 6: Decision of the Popular Congress of Azerbaijan
Chapter 7: Establishment of the National Government of Iranian Azerbaijan
Chapter 8: The Situation in Iranian Azerbaijan and the Moscow Meeting of Foreign Ministers
Chapter 9: The National Government of Iranian Azerbaijan: Between Autonomy and Independence
Chapter 10: January 1946: Beginning Reforms in Tabriz
Chapter 11: February 1946: Qavam As-Saltanah's Moscow Visit
Chapter 12: The Starting Point of the Cold War: Iranian Azerbaijan, March 1946
Chapter 13: The Withdrawal from Iranian Azerbaijan and the Oil Policy of the Soviets
Chapter 14: The Starting of Negotiations between the Central Government and Azerbaijan
Chapter 15: The Strengthening of the U.S. Influence in Iran
Chapter 16: The Failure of Stalin's Policy in Iranian Azerbaijan

Portrait

Jamil Hasanli is a member of Milli Mejlis (parliament) of the Republic of Azerbaijan.

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Based on a treasure trove of new documents from the Azeri and other archives, Hasanli's book is a major contribution to our understanding of the origins of the Cold War. -- Christian Friedrich Ostermann, Director, Cold War International History Project, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars [Hasanli] draws on an extraordinary range of newly available documents in this detailed and nuanced examination of an under-explored front in U.S. and Soviet relations. Recommended. CHOICE At the Dawn of the Cold War brings to light a great deal of important information about Soviet actions and plans in southern Azerbaijan...The book provides extensive new information. -- Anar Valiyev Journal of Cold War Studies This is a well-researched book about the birth and demise of the national government of the autonomous republic of Iranian Azerbaijan in 1945-46. Through his discerning and informed use of abundant Russian, Azerbaijani, Iranian, and Western documents, many of them cited for the first time here, Jamil Hasanli sheds new light on less well-understood areas of the beginning of the Cold War...It adds significantly to the scholarship on the Azerbaijan crisis and makes an important contribution to our understanding of that crucial time and place. International Journal Of Middle East Studies In dealing with the history of the Iranian crisis of 1945-46, Jamil Hasanli raises very significant and still disputable questions concerning the origins of the Cold War as well as the motives and characteristics of Soviet foreign policy in the first years after the end of the Second World War. The book's undoubted advantage is that the author scrutinized and put into use unique documentary material from the archives of the Azerbaijan Republic, Georgia, and Russia. Cold War History Fills some important gaps in our knowledge of the short-lived government of the Democratic Party of Azerbaijan, 1945-46. That long-ago crisis signaled the beginning of the cold war... Of most interest and usefulness to scholars ... will be Hasanli's account of the triangular relationship between Tabriz, Baku, and Moscow during these years... In the final days of the Tabriz government, when it was fighting for its life, Hasanli's account of dogged and heroic resistance on the part of the Azeris presents a remarkably different picture from that available in most Western accounts. Iranian Studies Jamil Hasanli is the leading historian of Azerbaijan. In this ground-breaking volume, he presents the first major English-language study of the Azerbaijan crisis based on both Soviet and Western documentation. Part diplomatic chronicle, part social history, part spy drama, At the Dawn of the Cold War not only brings to light vital new Azerbaijani, Russian, and other sources that clarify in startling detail the roles of Moscow and Baku, it also provides a fascinating analysis that, among other things, underscores the impact of local events on Soviet behavior in the Cold War, and vice versa. It is an important achievement. -- Malcolm Byrne, Research Director, The National Security Archive at George Washington University, Research Director, The National Security Archive at George Washington University
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