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eBook Soviet Union: 1976-77 v. 4: Domestic Policy, the Economy and Foreign Policy ePub

  • ISBN: 0841904502
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Holmes & Meier Publishers (May 1979)
  • Pages: 270
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Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Soviet Union: Domestic Policy, the Economy and Foreign Policy, 1978-1979, Vol. 4. by. Wolfgang Berner

ARTHUR W. WRIGHT Purdue University. The book differs from the many almanacs that give statistics on Soviet military forces two or three years prior to publication.

ARTHUR W. While such volumes are often dated and redundant by the time they appear, this book provides a vivid cross section of Soviet history of enduring interest.

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Soviet foreign policy is hardly possible without considering the background of domestic affairs in the . The internal development in the Soviet Union since Stalin's death has been characterized by one fundamental problem: the bureaucratic, dictatorial.

Any judgment or analysis of this new phase in Soviet foreign policy is hardly possible without considering the background of domestic affairs in the . At first glance the situation seems curious, or even paradoxical: the moderation and flexibility which have characterized Soviet foreign policy since 1969 have had no echo in domestic affairs. The harsh internal policy which has affected all decisive aspects of Soviet society since Khrushchev's downfall has become even harsher in the last few years.

foreign policy of the EU and its member states towards its eastern neighbours. asserted that American domestic and foreign policy after the terrorist attacks of 9. September 2001 showed how easy it was for political leaders to exploit the fear of. Others to create solidarity at home.

The general foreign policy goals of the Soviet Union were formalized in a party program ratified by delegates to. .

The general foreign policy goals of the Soviet Union were formalized in a party program ratified by delegates to the Twenty-Seventh Party Congress in February–March 1986. Although these general foreign policy goals were apparently conceived in terms of priorities, the emphasis and ranking of the priorities have changed over time in response to domestic and international stimuli. After Mikhail Gorbachev became general Secretary of the Communist Party in 1985, for instance, some Western analysts discerned in the ranking of priorities a possible de-emphasis of Soviet support for national liberation movements.

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Home Browse Books Book details, China, the United States, and the Soviet Union:. The chapters in this volume analyze the international and domestic sources of foreign policy making for the superpowers and China during the critical cold war years of the 1970s and 1980s. This was a period characterized by dramatic and fundamental changes in international relations. Great power relations among the United States, the Soviet Union, and China during this critical period of the cold war were distinguished by a significant degree of strategic interdependence.