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Did the Cold War Ever Really End

@inproceedings{Sotirovi2020DidTC,
  title={Did the Cold War Ever Really End},
  author={V. Sotirovi{\vc}},
  year={2020}
}
The official end of the Cold War era in 1989 brought during the first coming years a kind of international optimism that the idea of the „end of history“ really can be realized as it was a belief in no reason for the geopolitical struggles between the most powerful states. The New World Order, spoken out firstly by M. Gorbachev in his address to the UN on December 7th, 1988 was originally seen as the order of equal partnership in the world politics reflecting „radically different international… Expand

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