Introduction Juliane Furst, Silvio Pons and Mark Selden; 1. The Global 1968 and international communism Robert Gildea; 2.
The Vietnam War as a world event Sophie Quinn-Judge and Marilyn Young; 3. The Soviet Union and the global Cold War Artemy
Kalinovsky; 4. Marxist revolutions and regimes in Latin America and Africa in the 1970s Piero Gleijeses; 5. The aging pioneer:
late Soviet Socialist society, its challenges and challengers Juliane Furst and Stephen Bittner; 6. Communist propaganda and
media in the era of the Cold War Stephen Lovell; 7. The zones of late Socialist literature Polly Jones; 8. Visualizing the
Socialist public sphere Reuben Fowkes; 9. The decline of Soviet-type economies Andre Steiner; 10. Reform Communism Silvio
Pons and Michele Di Donato; 11. Cambodia: detonator of communism's implosion Ben Kiernan; 12. Make some get rich first. State
consumerism and private enterprise in the creation of postsocialist China Karl Gerth; 13. Gorbachev's reforms and the Soviet
crisis Mark Kramer; 14. Communism and religion Stephen A. Smith; 15. Human rights and communism Mark Bradley; 16. Feminism,
communism, and global Socialism, 1968-1995: encounters and entanglements Celia Donert; 17. The communist and post-socialist
gender order in China and Russia Marko Dumancic; 18. Communism and environment Douglas Weiner; 19. Europe's '1989' in global
context James Mark and Tobias Rupprecht; 20. The collapse of the Soviet Union Vladislav Zubok; 21. Thirty years after: the
end of European communism in historical perspective Charles Maier; 22. Communism and nationalism in the Soviet Union and Russia
Nikolai Mitrokhin; 23. China's human development after Socialism Carl Riskin; 24. China's post-Socialist transformation and
global resurgence: political economy and geopolitics Mark Selden and Ho fung Hung; 25. Legacies of communism. Comparative
remarks Jan Behrends; 26. Cultural memories of communism Jan Plamper; Index.