After the Cold War

Against the Current, No. 28, September/October 1990

The Editors

In ATC 27 we introduced a dialogue on the Third World after the Cold War, particularly in terms of how liberation movements are being affected by glasnost, perestroika, and the Soviet Union’s precipitous decline as a world power. The discussion continues here with a comment by David Finkel on James Petras and Mike Fischer’s essay in ATC 27, the authors’ rejoinder, and two further contributions. The topic will be explored further in future issues of ATC.

Setember-October 1990, ATC 28

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