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The Soviet Union and Cold War Neutrality and Nonalignment in Europe examines how the neutral European countries and the Soviet Union interacted after World War II. Amid the Cold War division of Europe into Western and Eastern blocs, several long-time neutral countries abandoned neutrality and joined NATO. Other countries remained neutral but were still perceived as a threat to the Soviet Union's sphere of influence. Based on extensive archival research, this volume offers state-of-the-art essays about relations between Europe's neutral states and the Soviet Union during the Cold War and how these relations were perceived by other powers.
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Mark Kramer is director of Cold War studies at Harvard University and senior fellow at Harvard's Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies. Aryo Makko is pro futura scientia fellow at the Swedish Collegium for Advanced Study (SCAS), professor of history at Stockholm University, and director of the Hans Blix Centre for the History of International Relations. Peter Ruggenthaler is deputy director and senior research fellow at the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Research on War's Consequences, Austria.
Introduction, Peter Ruggenthaler and Aryo Makko PART I. Theories and Practices of Neutrality in Cold War Europe Chapter 1: Austria's Neutrality-Myth versus Reality, Franz Cede Chapter 2: Swedish Neutrality, 1949-1991, Olof Kronvall Chapter 3: Swiss Cold War Neutrality: Undisputed Principle of Foreign Policy, Thomas Fischer Chapter 4: Neutrality as Compromises: Finland's Cold War Neutrality, Johanna Rainio-Niemi PART II. The Neutrals in Soviet Policy from Stalin to Gorbachev Chapter 5: Swedish Neutrality: The View from Moscow, Alexey Komarov Chapter 6: Soviet Attitudes to Finnish Neutralism, 1947-1989, Kimmo Rentola Chapter 7: A Hidden Danger for the Eastern Bloc? Neutral Austria in Soviet Policy from 1955 to the End of the Cold War, Peter Ruggenthaler Chapter 8 The Soviet Union and Neutral Switzerland: Concerns and Hopes in 1989, Olga Pavlenko PART III. The Soviet Union in the Policies of the European Neutrals Chapter 9: Old Fears, New Realities: Sweden and the Soviet Union during the Cold War, Aryo Makko Chapter 10: From Aspiration to Consummation and Transition: Finnish Neutrality as Strategy in the Cold War, Kari Moettoela Chapter 11: Indefinite Coexistence? Austria, the Soviet Union, and Ostpolitik after 1968, Maximilian Graf Chapter 12: "Always Hit Back Right on the Kisser?": The Soviet Union in Swiss Foreign Policy during the Cold War, Sacha Zala, Thomas Burgisser, and Thomas Fischer PART IV. Departures from the Eastern Bloc to Neutrality Chapter 13: Soviet-Yugoslav Relations, 1948-1955: From Conflict to Rapprochement, Andrei Edemskii Chapter 14: The Neutrality of Hungary during the 1956 Revolution, Csaba Bekes Chapter 15: Albania: Exploiting Relevance and Irrelevance during the Cold War, Robert C. Austin Chapter 16: The USSR and Yugoslavia's Policy of Nonalignment, 1955-1980, Nadia Boyadjieva Chapter 17: How Could the Nonaligned Save Yugoslavia?: The 1989 Summit of the Non-Aligned Countries in Belgrade and the Breakup of Yugoslavia, Tvrtko Jakovina PART V. Western Perspectives on Neutrality and Neutral-Soviet Relations Chapter 18: The United States and Neutrality in Scandinavia, Jussi M. Hanhimaki Chapter 19: United States and Austrian Neutrality during the Cold War, Gunter Bischof Chapter 20: The United Kingdom and the European Neutrals during the Cold War, Anne Deighton Chapter 21: France, the European Neutrals, and the USSR, 1947-1981, Nicolas Badalassi Chapter 22: Neutrality in the Cold War: Views from West Germany, Andreas Hilger Chapter 23: NATO and the Neutrals on the Flanks: Finland, Sweden, and Yugoslavia, Milorad Lazic and Magnus Petersson PART VI. Conclusions Chapter 24: The USSR and Cold War Neutrality and Nonalignment in Europe, Mark Kramer