This volume deals with the nature of the relationship between the countries of Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union and those of the Third World, offering some background to the decline in the Soviet Union's international position, both politically and economically.
Table of Contents
East-South Relations: An Introduction -- The Socialist Countries in the World Economy: The East-South Dimension -- The Theory of the Non-Capitalist Road -- Socialist Transformation and Soviet Foreign Policy in the Gorbachev Era -- The Socialist Countries' Conception of the New International Economic Order -- A Critique of the Socialist Countries' Theory and Practice of the New International Economic Order -- Patterns, Determinants, and Prospects of East-South Economic Relations -- East-South Capital Cooperation: An Unexploited Possibility?* -- The Export of "Complete Plants" with Buy-Back Agreements: A Substitute for Direct Investment in East-South Relations?1 -- Nkomati and Soviet Policy on Africa in the Eighties: The End of Ideological Expansion? -- Romania: Boundary Disintegration between East and South -- The German Democratic Republic and Sub-Saharan Africa: The Limits of East-South Economic Relations
Brigitte H. Schulz, William W. Hansen