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Cold War Trilogy


 OPEN SPACES: Conflict & Resolution


(Operational years in Siberia & Soviet Central Asia: 1961-85)

By Prof. Paul S. Cutter

T A B L E   OF   C O N T E N T S

[1957-59]        1. The Youth Congress, 1-60
[1959-61]        2. Bella, 1-35
[1961’Nov]      3. Leitmotif, 1-67
[Nov'1961]      4. Kennedy, 1-23
[1961-62]        5. The Cuban Missile Crisis, 1-11
[1961-62]        6. Kishlak HQ, 1-42
[1962(63)]       7. Kapustin Yar, 1-46
[961-65]          8. Communications, 1-7
[1965]             9. Sibérien Idyllia, 1-13
[1961(63)67]  10. Dissidents, 1-37
[1964]           11. Yellow Bomb, 1-51
[1964]           12. Zharikova, 1-25
[1965]           13. Demographic Bulge, 1-18
[1966]           14. Academia, 1-19
[1966]           15. Vitim, 1-33
[1966-67]      16. WW-III, 1-23
[1968]           17. Vladivostok Mishap, 1-33
[1968]           18. The High Frontier, 1-46
[1969]           19. Pamirs Horizons, 1-61
[1969]           20. MUNA, 1-128
[1970’Aug]     21. Firefight, 1-41
[1969-71]      22. ERMA, 1-34
[1971-72]      23. Chinese Rapprochement, 1-40
[1973-75]      24. Yom Kippur War (1973), 1-20
[1975’Nov]     25. Measles of Rescue, 1-51
[1977-80]      26. Disarmament Strategy, 1-17
[1981]           27. Phoenix, 1-27
[1982-83]      28. Bekka Valley War (1982), 1-16
[1984]           29. Andropov – KGB, 1-22
[1985]           30. Karakum Revisited, 1-15
[1984-85]      31. The End of the Game, 1-51
[1985]           32. Conclusion, 1-44

APPENDIX, 1-299 pages
Frontice
Dedication
Quote
Forward, 1-15
Bibliography, 1-14
Glossary, 1-32.     
Epilogue, 1-5
Table of Contents,1.


Overall total:

32 chapters, 1,417 single-spaced pages, fully illustrated;

At least 36 TV episodes + a 2-hr pilot film can be quickly produced by a major TV network, and shot on location in Siberia & Central Asia.

All art work was completed in October 2005, including the book cover jacket. If contracted out to a major publisher it can be printed by the end of 2006, enough written material for a 3-volume set, totaling 3,462 pages of publisher's printed text, which should be unveiled at the Frankfurt International Book Fair, February 2008.


Based on field operations in Siberia & Soviet Central Asia, 1961-85, with a lead-in from the 1957 Youth Congress, attended as head of the American delegation, etc.

 

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