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Tightrope: Finland and Hungary in the Cold War-bookcover

By: Dennis Werling

Tightrope: Finland and Hungary in the Cold War

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Finland and Hungary both fought on the losing side in WWII. Yet the former was able to resist the overwhelming power of its Soviet neighbour, while Hungary, whose status was uncertain until 1947, was not. Could the revolt of 1956 have been a turning point? How did the Helsinki Accords contribute to the end of the Cold War?

Dennis Werling is an independent scholar with degrees in international relations, political science and history from the Universities of Minnesota (BA, 1966), Michigan (MA, 1968), and Western Illinois (MA, 2001), respectively.

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