This book is concerned with the predicaments of Soviet power in east Asia. It attempts to study Soviet policy not through bilateral relations, but by analysing key issues in the Soviet perspective. The book also attempts to make sense of Soviet–Korean relations.
Table of Contents
Introduction -- Soviet Attitudes towards East Asia -- The Soviet Union and China -- The Soviet Union and the United States -- The Soviet Union and Japan -- The Soviet Union and Korea -- The Military Dimension of Soviet Policy -- The Economic Dimension of Soviet Policy -- Soviet Policy in East Asia: The Certainty of Uncertainty