This book examines the foreign and domestic policies of Poland since World War II in light of the country's relations with the Soviet Union and the United States. Dr. Rachwald focuses on three salient goals of Polish foreign policy: security, guaranteed both by alliance with the Soviet Union and by support for the idea of European collective securi
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Westview Replica Editions -- Introduction -- Security -- Territorial Integrity -- Recovery -- Post Scriptum
Arthur R. Rachwald is assistant professor of political science at the United States Naval Academy.