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The Resource The second Cold War : geopolitics and the strategic dimensions of the USA, Luiz Alberto Moniz Bandeira ; foreword by Samuel Pinheiro Guimarães

The second Cold War : geopolitics and the strategic dimensions of the USA, Luiz Alberto Moniz Bandeira ; foreword by Samuel Pinheiro Guimarães

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The second Cold War : geopolitics and the strategic dimensions of the USA
Title
The second Cold War
Title remainder
geopolitics and the strategic dimensions of the USA
Statement of responsibility
Luiz Alberto Moniz Bandeira ; foreword by Samuel Pinheiro Guimarães
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Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
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Bandeira, Moniz,
Dewey number
327.73009/0511
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Guimarães, S. Pinheiro
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  • Geopolitics
  • United States
  • United States
  • Middle East
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The second Cold War : geopolitics and the strategic dimensions of the USA, Luiz Alberto Moniz Bandeira ; foreword by Samuel Pinheiro Guimarães
Instantiates
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Foreword: US, Geopolitics, Rebellions: Overview; Preface; Contents; About the Author; Chapter 1: The Geopolitical Great Game in Eurasia, the Middle East and North Africa; 1.1 Eurasia, a Historical Pivot Region; 1.2 Mackinderś Theory; 1.3 Nicholas Spykmanś Rimland Theory; 1.4 Brzezinskiś Strategy for a Third Front Against the Soviet Union; 1.5 The ̀Arc of Crisis ́as the New Theater of the Great Game; 1.6 The Great Game from the Caucasus to the Middle East and North Africa; 1.7 Operation Cyclone in Afghanistan and the Role of Saudi Arabia
  • 1.8 End of the ̀Red Scare ́and Beginning of the ̀Green ThreatĆhapter 2: The Second Cold War: A First Panoramic View; 2.1 Protests in China and Repression in Tiananmen Square; 2.2 Invasion of Kuwait: Saddam Hussein Back on the US Agenda; 2.3 Islamic Radicalism and the Civil War in Algeria; 2.4 Operation Restore Hope in Somalia; 2.5 Private Military Corporations; 2.6 NED and Subversion in Yugoslavia; 2.7 Access to Oil and Gas, a Matter of US National Security; Chapter 3: The Second Cold War Under the Sign of Oil and Gas
  • 3.1 Oil Potential of the Caspian Sea and US Penetration in the Heartland of Eurasia3.2 The Silk Road Strategy; 3.3 Oil: The Priority of George W. Bushś Administration; 3.4 Operation Against the Taliban Planned Before 9/11; 3.5 The Warning of Agent Phoenix; 3.6 NATO in Afghanistan to Clear the Way for Business; Chapter 4: From Bushś Freedom Agenda to the Color Revolutions; 4.1 George W. Bushś ̀̀Freedom Agenda ́́and the Regime Change Policy in the Caucasus, the Middle East and Africa: The Middle E...; 4.2 The Subversive Role of the NED, USAID, CIA and of NGOs such as Freedom House
  • 4.3 The ̀̀Color Revolutions ́́in Serbia, Georgia and the Ukraine4.4 Plan to Invade and Fund the Opposition in Syria; Chapter 5: The ̀̀Cold Revolutionary War ́́and the NATO Expansion Towards the East; 5.1 Gene Sharpś Subversion Strategy; 5.2 The ̀̀Cold Revolutionary War ́́with Protests, Strikes, Boycotts, Marches, Car Parades, Processions, etc.; 5.3 Mercenaries to Protect Oil Fields and Pipelines in the Caspian Sea; 5.4 Russiaś Recovery; 5.5 Putinś Reaction to the NATO Expansion Towards the East; 5.6 The Invasion of South Ossetia
  • Chapter 6: The Xinjiang Issue and Washingtonś China Strategy6.1 The Xinjiang Issue; 6.2 Strategy to Break Up China Through Covert Operations; 6.3 Training of Islamic Uyghurs in Afghanistan; 6.4 The Role of Turkey and the Connection with Terrorism; 6.5 Washingtonś Double Standard vis-à-vis Xinjiang; 6.6 Port of Gwadar on the Arabian Sea; 6.7 Chinaś Maritime Lines of Communication; 6.8 Resources of the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) to the Uyghur Separatists; 6.9 The CIAś Secret War in Tibet Since the 1950s; 6.10 The Dalai Lamaś Allowance from the CIA
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ocn988600467
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Extent
1 online resource (xxvii, 465 pages)
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online
Isbn
9783319548883
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not applicable
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Specific material designation
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System control number
(OCoLC)988600467
Label
The second Cold War : geopolitics and the strategic dimensions of the USA, Luiz Alberto Moniz Bandeira ; foreword by Samuel Pinheiro Guimarães
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Foreword: US, Geopolitics, Rebellions: Overview; Preface; Contents; About the Author; Chapter 1: The Geopolitical Great Game in Eurasia, the Middle East and North Africa; 1.1 Eurasia, a Historical Pivot Region; 1.2 Mackinderś Theory; 1.3 Nicholas Spykmanś Rimland Theory; 1.4 Brzezinskiś Strategy for a Third Front Against the Soviet Union; 1.5 The ̀Arc of Crisis ́as the New Theater of the Great Game; 1.6 The Great Game from the Caucasus to the Middle East and North Africa; 1.7 Operation Cyclone in Afghanistan and the Role of Saudi Arabia
  • 1.8 End of the ̀Red Scare ́and Beginning of the ̀Green ThreatĆhapter 2: The Second Cold War: A First Panoramic View; 2.1 Protests in China and Repression in Tiananmen Square; 2.2 Invasion of Kuwait: Saddam Hussein Back on the US Agenda; 2.3 Islamic Radicalism and the Civil War in Algeria; 2.4 Operation Restore Hope in Somalia; 2.5 Private Military Corporations; 2.6 NED and Subversion in Yugoslavia; 2.7 Access to Oil and Gas, a Matter of US National Security; Chapter 3: The Second Cold War Under the Sign of Oil and Gas
  • 3.1 Oil Potential of the Caspian Sea and US Penetration in the Heartland of Eurasia3.2 The Silk Road Strategy; 3.3 Oil: The Priority of George W. Bushś Administration; 3.4 Operation Against the Taliban Planned Before 9/11; 3.5 The Warning of Agent Phoenix; 3.6 NATO in Afghanistan to Clear the Way for Business; Chapter 4: From Bushś Freedom Agenda to the Color Revolutions; 4.1 George W. Bushś ̀̀Freedom Agenda ́́and the Regime Change Policy in the Caucasus, the Middle East and Africa: The Middle E...; 4.2 The Subversive Role of the NED, USAID, CIA and of NGOs such as Freedom House
  • 4.3 The ̀̀Color Revolutions ́́in Serbia, Georgia and the Ukraine4.4 Plan to Invade and Fund the Opposition in Syria; Chapter 5: The ̀̀Cold Revolutionary War ́́and the NATO Expansion Towards the East; 5.1 Gene Sharpś Subversion Strategy; 5.2 The ̀̀Cold Revolutionary War ́́with Protests, Strikes, Boycotts, Marches, Car Parades, Processions, etc.; 5.3 Mercenaries to Protect Oil Fields and Pipelines in the Caspian Sea; 5.4 Russiaś Recovery; 5.5 Putinś Reaction to the NATO Expansion Towards the East; 5.6 The Invasion of South Ossetia
  • Chapter 6: The Xinjiang Issue and Washingtonś China Strategy6.1 The Xinjiang Issue; 6.2 Strategy to Break Up China Through Covert Operations; 6.3 Training of Islamic Uyghurs in Afghanistan; 6.4 The Role of Turkey and the Connection with Terrorism; 6.5 Washingtonś Double Standard vis-à-vis Xinjiang; 6.6 Port of Gwadar on the Arabian Sea; 6.7 Chinaś Maritime Lines of Communication; 6.8 Resources of the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) to the Uyghur Separatists; 6.9 The CIAś Secret War in Tibet Since the 1950s; 6.10 The Dalai Lamaś Allowance from the CIA
Control code
ocn988600467
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxvii, 465 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319548883
Level of compression
unknown
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)988600467

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