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History of CONTEMPORARY WORLD TYBA Semester V

History of CONTEMPORARY WORLD TYBA Semester V

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History of Contemporary World

 

TYBA

Semester V

Syllabus

Module - I : Cold War (1945-1985)

(a) Meaning, Causes of Cold War and Security Pacts

(b) Conflicts in Cold War: Germany, Korea and Cuba

(c) Economic Revival of Western Europe; Soviet Union’s Relations with Eastern Europe

Module - II : Europe, U.S.S.R and U.S.A. (1985-2000)

(a) Disintegration of U.S.S.R

(b) Re-drawing of political borders of Germany, Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia; Emergence of the European Union (EU) in Western Europe

(c) U.S.A as the dominant world power

Module - III : Movements for Equal Rights and Challenging the Bipolar World (1945-2000)

(a) Campaigns within and outside South Africa against Apartheid

(b) Civil Rights Movement in U.S.A

(c) Non-Aligned Movement

Module - IV : Major Trends

(a) Globalisation

(b) Sustainable Development

(c) Women’s Liberation Movement

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ISBN-13 978-93-87547-56-8
AUTHOR Dr. Eugene J. D'Souza
YEAR 2018
ED First
PAGES 152
SUBJECT History of CONTEMPORARY WORLD TYBA Semester V
LANGUANGE English