cold war

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Antonyms for cold war

a state of political hostility between countries using means short of armed warfare

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Specific topics include Cold-War academic cooperation in the legal sphere, the impact of Gorbachev's perestroika policy on Soviet law, global political polarization and the reform of state property management in Russia, the relevance of the Cold War for Russian jurisprudence in the realm of private law, Cold War and post-Soviet dynamics of Russian approaches to international law, the failure of semi-presidentialism and the making of the Russian constitutional system in the early 1990s, and the legacy impact of the Cold War on Soviet and US law.
But, in the last couple of months, the situation has started to change, with thawing international relations, and with the emergence of a younger architecture generation that is more enquiring and vocal than their Cold-War forbears.
Appreciating Brzezinski's argument requires looking at America's Cold-War strategy through a new lens.