Comparative writing assignment based on The Cold War: A Global History with documents by Edward H. Judge and John W. Langdon (ISBN 978-0-205-72911-1). And A World of Nations: The international order since 1945 by William R. Keylor (ISBN-978-0-19-533757-0). In a concise, typed, double-spaced, papaer of 8-10 pages, with properly cited quotes, 1 inch margins, and 12 point Times New Roman font. Answer the following questions.
The authors of both books sought to create global histories of post 1945 international relations. Compare and contrast how the two books interpret the evolution of Great Power Diplomacy in the Cold War Era. Which of the books does a better job supporting its interpretation.
To answer this question, make sure you state and discuss each book’s interpretation of why the Cold War unfolded as it did; cite examples of how events were explained in oreder to answer the second question.
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