The Enigma of 1989

  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS AND NOTES ON SOURCES

  INTRODUCTION  THE MEANING OF EVENTS THAT CHANGED THE WORLD

 collapse sectionPART I  THE PLACE OF EASTERN EUROPE IN GORBACHEV'S POLITICAL PROJECT
 expand sectionChapter One  Gorbachev's Foreign Policy and the Nature of His Enterprise
 expand sectionChapter Two  The European Initiative
 expand sectionChapter Three  The Meaning of Soviet Immobilism in Eastern Europe  From 1985 to the Summer of 1988
 expand sectionChapter Four  The Second Half of 1988  The Turning Point

 collapse sectionPART II  1989: THE APOTHEOSIS OF THE SOVIET UNION'S NEW FOREIGN POLICY
 expand sectionChapter Five  Soviet Scenarios for Eastern Europe's Future at the Beginning of 1989
 expand sectionChapter Six  Poland  The Ideal Model
 expand sectionChapter Seven  Hungary  An Acceptable (and Accepted) Evolution
 expand sectionChapter Eight  East Germany  The Fatal Acceleration
 expand sectionChapter Nine  Bulgaria  The Most Faithful Ally until the Very End
 expand sectionChapter Ten  Czechoslovakia  From Neglect to Paralysis
 expand sectionChapter Eleven  Romania  The Tangle of Plots and Mysteries

 collapse sectionPART III  THE GREAT PROJECT'S RUIN
 expand sectionChapter Twelve  After the Earthquake
 expand sectionChapter Thirteen  The Reunification and Status of Germany  The Last Battle for Europe
 expand sectionChapter Fourteen  The Agony and the End of the Warsaw Pact

 collapse sectionCONCLUSION

 expand sectionINDEX

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