Table of Contents
|Part I: Overview||5-6|
|An American View of Soviet Contributions||7-21|
|Motives and Models of Cooperation: A Soviet View of American Contributions||22-34|
|Part II: Representative Contributions||35-36|
|The Concept of Interdependence: Current American Thinking (1988)||37-41|
|Evolution of the Concept of||42-46|
|Interdependence in a Crisis Situation: Simulating the Caribbean Crisis (1988)||47-52|
|Cognitive and Rhetorical Styles of American and Soviet Politicians (1989)||53-56|
|The System of International Negotiations as a Means of Managing Interdependence (1988)||57-59|
|Diplomacy and Domestic Politics: The Logic of Two-Level Games (1989)||60-64|
|Ecology and Politics: Political Awareness Development in the USSR (1989)||65-68|
|Environmental Mobilization in the United States (1989)||69-72|
|Appendix: Workshop Presentations||73-75|
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