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Routledge Library Editions: Soviet Foreign Policy

    8190 Pages
    by Routledge

    Routledge Library Editions: Soviet Foreign Policy is a collection of 26 previously out-of-print titles that are key research in the study of the foreign politics of the Soviet Union. They examine the shifting relationships between the USSR and the democratic West; the Soviet domination of Eastern Europe; Soviet foreign policy goals in regions such as South America, the Middle East, South Asia and the Pacific; Soviet support of, and use of, national liberation and revolutionary movements in the developing world; and the changes to Soviet foreign policy over time, with some emphasis on the changes initiated in the Gorbachev era. This set analyses most facets of Soviet foreign policy, and is key to an understanding of the USSR; it also helps illuminate modern Russian foreign policy.

    1. The Adversaries: America, Russia and the Open World, 1941–62 Michael Balfour  2. The Afghan Syndrome: How to Live with Soviet Power Bhabani Sen Gupta  3. American-Soviet Relations Peter G. Boyle  4. China and the Soviet Union Aitchen K. Wu  5. Commonwealth and Independence in Post-Soviet Eurasia Edited by Bruno Coppieters, Alexei Zverev and Dmitri Trenin  6. Gorbachev's Third World Dilemmas Edited by Kurt M. Campbell and S. Neil MacFarlane  7. In the Direction of the Persian Gulf A. Yodfat and M. Abir  8. Khrushchev and the Communist World Edited by R.F. Miller and F. Feìheìr  9. Leadership Selection and Patron-Client Relations in the USSR and Yugoslavia Edited by T.H. Rigby and Bohdan Harasymiw  10. The Limits to Power: Soviet Policy in the Middle East Edited by Yaacov Ro'i  11. The New Communist Third World Edited by Peter Wiles  12. The Russians in the Arctic Terence Armstrong  13. Soviet Foreign Policy after Stalin David J. Dallin  14. Soviet Foreign Policy Today Robert F. Miller  15. Soviet Risk-Taking and Crisis Behavior Hannes Adomeit  16. The Soviet Union and Cuba Peter Shearman  17. The Soviet Union and Egypt, 1945–1955 Rami Ginat  18. The Soviet Union and India Peter J.S. Duncan  19. The Soviet Union and National Liberation Movements in the Third World Galia Golan  20. The Soviet Union in the Third World Edited by Robert H. Donaldson  21. The Soviet Union in World Politics Edited by Kurt London  22. The Soviet World Luca Pietromarchi  23. Soviet-East European Relations as a Problem for the West Edited by Richard D. Vine  24. Turkism and the Soviets Charles Warren Hostler  25. The USSR and Latin America Edited by Eusebio Mujal-León  26. World Order in History: Russia and the West Paul Dukes