Soviet Policy in Eastern Europe
This is the first book to examine seriously the processes and politics by which the United States formulates its Soviet policy. Thirteen highly respected scholars, many with policy-making experience, describe here the problems of the past and make recommendations for improvements in the future.
Какво казват хората - Напишете рецензия
Не намерихме рецензии на обичайните места.
Soviet Policy toward the German Democratic Republic
Soviet Policy toward Poland
Soviet Policy toward Hungary and Czechoslovakia
Soviet Relations with Yugoslavia and Romania
The Political Economy of Soviet Relations with Eastern
Soviet Energy Policy in Eastern Europe
Theories of Socialist Development in SovietEast European
Други издания - Преглед на всички
24th Congress American policy Berlin bilateral bloc Brezhnev Bulgaria Central challenge CMEA Communist parties Congress countries of Eastern CPSU Czech Czechoslovakia defense détente dilemmas domestic Dubček East Euro East European armed East European countries East European military East German East-West Eastern Europe economic reform Eurocommunism Europe's exports foreign policy GDR's Gierek global Gomułka hard-currency Hungarian Hungary ideological important increased industrial influence integration internal intervention intra-CMEA intra-German invasion joint Kádár Khrushchev Kremlin less ment Moreover Moscow nomic OPEC pean period Poland policy toward Eastern Polish crisis political Prague Spring Pravda problems production regime region relations relationship revolution role Romania socialist Solidarity Soviet and East Soviet energy Soviet interests Soviet leaders Soviet leadership Soviet military Soviet oil Soviet policy Soviet Union Soviet-East European stability Stalin strategy Third World tion trade United USSR Warsaw Pact West West Berlin Western Yugoslav Yugoslavia