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American–Soviet Relations From the Russian Revolution to the Fall of Communism

American–Soviet Relations: From the Russian Revolution to the Fall of Communism

1st Edition

By Peter G. Boyle
December 28, 2022

American-Soviet Relations (1993) is a study of American policy towards the Soviet Union from 1917 to the fall of Communism. It attempts to understand what precisely were the roots of the Cold War and an analysis of the later relationship in the light of the Soviet Union’s evolution since the ...

China and the Soviet Union A Study of Sino–Soviet Relations

China and the Soviet Union: A Study of Sino–Soviet Relations

1st Edition

By Aitchen K. Wu
December 28, 2022

China and the Soviet Union, first published in 1950, is written by a Chinese former diplomat and university professor, and calls on his many years of experience to provide an even-handed analysis of Sino-Russian relations. It ranges back to 1618 for some much-needed historical background, but the ...

Commonwealth and Independence in Post-Soviet Eurasia

Commonwealth and Independence in Post-Soviet Eurasia

1st Edition

Edited By Bruno Coppieters, Alexei Zverev, Dmitri Trenin
December 28, 2022

Commonwealth and Independence in Post-Soviet Eurasia (1998) examines the various attempts to create new forms of integration by the new states of Eurasia. The contributors to this volume analyse in detail how the national elites in the independent states conceived their regional policies. It looks ...

Gorbachev's Third World Dilemmas

Gorbachev's Third World Dilemmas

1st Edition

Edited By Kurt M. Campbell, S. Neil Macfarlane
December 28, 2022

Gorbachev's Third World Dilemmas (1989) examines the strategic, political and ideological criteria which shaped Soviet policies toward the developing world. Organized around particular themes and issues, it pays attention to both theoretical fundamentals in Soviet doctrine and to Soviet actions in ...

In the Direction of the Persian Gulf The Soviet Union and the Persian Gulf

In the Direction of the Persian Gulf: The Soviet Union and the Persian Gulf

1st Edition

By A. Yodfat, M. Abir
December 28, 2022

In the Direction of the Persian Gulf (1977) analyses the Soviet Union’s interest in the countries of the Persian Gulf against the background of its relations with the Arab world, and the complexities of power politics. It examines, from the nineteenth century to the present, Russia’s involvement in...

Khrushchev and the Communist World

Khrushchev and the Communist World

1st Edition

By Ferenc Fehér, R.F. Miller
December 28, 2022

Khrushchev and the Communist World, first published in 1984, reviews the Khrushchev era, when the legacy of the Stalinist past was partly repudiated and the possibilities of reform within the USSR and the countries of the socialist camp were explored. The lessons derived from this exploration by ...

Leadership Selection and Patron–Client Relations in the USSR and Yugoslavia

Leadership Selection and Patron–Client Relations in the USSR and Yugoslavia

1st Edition

Edited By T.H. Rigby, Bohdan Harasymiw
December 28, 2022

Leadership Selection and Patron-Client Relations in the USSR and Yugoslavia (1983) examines the system of nomenklatura, the semi-secret network of quasi-bureaucratic rules and personal relationships through which careers in Soviet politics were managed. Other Communist countries took the USSR as ...

Routledge Library Editions: Soviet Foreign Policy

Routledge Library Editions: Soviet Foreign Policy

1st Edition

By Various
December 28, 2022

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 ...

Soviet Foreign Policy Today Gorbachev and the New Political Thinking

Soviet Foreign Policy Today: Gorbachev and the New Political Thinking

1st Edition

By Robert F. Miller
December 28, 2022

Soviet Foreign Policy Today (1991) is the culmination of almost 30 years of observations of Soviet foreign and domestic politics, written at the time of Gorbachev’s great changes. It locates the changes of Gorbachev in the context of the traditional goals and practices of Soviet foreign policy, and...

Soviet Foreign Policy after Stalin

Soviet Foreign Policy after Stalin

1st Edition

By David J. Dallin
December 28, 2022

Soviet Foreign Policy After Stalin, first published in 1962, reviews the constants and variables in the Soviet international course after Stalin. It examines the legacy of Stalin’s policy of Soviet imperialism, and how much his foreign policy was followed by his successors. It looks at the period ...

Soviet Risk-Taking and Crisis Behavior A Theoretical and Empirical Analysis

Soviet Risk-Taking and Crisis Behavior: A Theoretical and Empirical Analysis

1st Edition

By Hannes Adomeit
December 28, 2022

Soviet Risk-Taking and Crisis Behavior, first published in 1982, examines the question: for what purposes and under what conditions were Soviet leaders prepared to take risks in international relations? The first part of the book sets out to define the concept of risk and to examine its analytical ...

Soviet-East European Relations as a Problem for the West

Soviet-East European Relations as a Problem for the West

1st Edition

Edited By Richard D. Vine
December 28, 2022

Soviet-East European Relations as a Problem for the West (1987) analyses the evolution of Eastern Europe both internally and in its relationship with the Soviet Union, the development of relations between the two superpowers, and the equilibrium between the two security systems. It examines how ...

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