A comprehensive assessment of Soviet relations with the West, set in the context of the emergence of a new Russia. This volume anlayzes the formulation of foreign policy during the period from the first decade of the Bolshevik Revolution, through the gradual erosion of ideological differences.
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History- " it begins to open up what will certainly be an exciting subject"
The Journal of Slavic Military Studies, Vol 12, No 3, Sept 99
Slavic Military Studies, Vol 12, No 3, Sept 99
"A fascinating collection of articles. ... The contributors to this volume do not glibly overlook historiographical controversy. In fact, one of the most useful aspects of this volume is the juxtaposition of slightly differing interpretations of the history. ... This is a book with something to offer most students of Soviet foreign policy.