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François Mitterrand et la fin de la guerre froide (1981-1991)

Abstract : While president François Mitterrand’s first term was marked by continuity in East-West relations, starting in 1989 he was confronted with the most profound international upheaval since 1947. Was French policy in that context, as has been often said or written, characterized by a willingness to preserve the status quo at any cost? With hindsight and access to archival evidence, Mitterrand’s management of the end of the Cold War appears today in a much more positive and constructive light.
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Frédéric Bozo. François Mitterrand et la fin de la guerre froide (1981-1991). Matériaux pour l'histoire de notre temps, La contemporaine, 2011, François Mitterrand et le monde : la diplomatie mitterrandienne (1981-1995), 101-102 (1-2), pp.39-45. ⟨10.3917/mate.101.0010⟩. ⟨hal-03738242⟩



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