The study of Soviet attitudes towards the role of Congress in U.S. foreign policy concerns an area of Soviet foreign policy considerations that has received little attention by Western scholars and that offers valuable new insights for the study of Soviet foreign policy and U.S.-Soviet relations. As such, this initial treading onto empirical virgin lands has required the thoughtful, meticulous, and in many instances indispensable guidance and support of a number of individuals.
Table of Contents
Acknowledgments -- 1 Western Studies of Soviet Foreign Policy -- 2 Soviet Perspectives on the Process of Congressional Involvement in U.S. Foreign Policy -- 3 Soviet Case Studies on Congress and U.S. Foreign Policy -- 4 Soviet "Congress-Watchers": The Soviet Academic Community -- 5 Soviet Party and Government Interactions with Congress -- 6 Leadership Attitudes -- 7 Conclusion -- 8 Epilogue -- Appendix: List of Interviews -- Bibliography -- Index.
Robert T. Huber