8 edition of Soviet foreign policy in the 1980s found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Roger E. Kanet.|
|Contributions||Kanet, Roger E., 1936-|
|LC Classifications||DK274 .S6513 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 364 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||364|
|ISBN 10||003059314X, 0030593166|
|LC Control Number||81022654|
The Soviet Union's military developments and the size of its armed forces strongly influence Western assumptions about Soviet foreign policy. The author shows how the need to plan for the contingency of world war has shaped Soviet policy, resulting in a force structure often perceived as far in excess of legitimate defense :// The International Daniel Deudney and Sources of Soviet G. John Ikenberry Change The Cold War has ended, shifting global political life on a scale not seen in fifty years. At the heart of these changes were domestic and foreign policy choices made ~lorenzo/Deudney and Ikenberry International
In book: After the Berlin Wall: Germany and Beyond, Edition: 1st, Chapter: The Fall of the Berlin Wall: The Counterrevolution in Soviet Foreign Policy and the End of Communism, Publisher: Palgrave This book focuses on the activity of the Soviet Union in Southeast Asia and the effects of Soviet policy on the region from to the time of first publication in In particular, Leszek Buszynski examines the rivalry between the Soviet Union and China, Soviet presence in Vietnam, and the responsive efforts of surrounding regions towards
He is coauthor of Technocratic Socialism: The Soviet Union in the Advanced Industrial Era, The Politics of Economic Modernization in the Soviet Union, and "The Scientific-Technological Revolution" and Soviet Foreign Policy; editor of The Soviet Union in the s; and coeditor (with Frederick J. Fleron) of The Conduct of Soviet Foreign Policy › Books › New, Used & Rental Textbooks › Social Sciences. Both fail to provide a satisfactory explanation, and they are somewhat misleading in their interpretations. Since the end of the Cold War largely involved a radical change in Soviet foreign policy, a theory of foreign policy and the Soviet state is needed to explain this event. Moreover, the Soviet Union was a highly distinctive kind of ://
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Soviet foreign policy in the s. New York, N.Y.: Praeger, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book This book examines Soviet Foreign Policy towards East Germany in the late s. By focusing on the complex interaction between domestic political thought and developments in the international system, This is an advance preview from New Perspectives on China’s Relations with the World: National, Transnational and International (forthcoming ), Edited by Daniel Johanson, Jie Li & Tsunghan Wu.
This chapter will examine the analyses of Chinese Soviet-watchers of Soviet foreign policy against the larger context of China’s political setting in the early s, before the rise of Mikhail The Soviet Union's military developments and the size of its armed forces strongly influence Western assumptions about Soviet foreign policy.
The author shows how the need to plan for the contingency of world war has shaped Soviet policy, resulting in a force structure often perceived as far in excess of legitimate defense :// A comprehensive survey of Soviet foreign relations, starting with domestic factors and economic and military considerations, then boxing the compass of all the world's regions, thus illustrating the fact that the U.S.S.R.
is a global power; but there is no extended specific treatment of relations with the United States. The coverage of the s is good and up-to-date; for the s, despite /capsule-review//soviet-foreign-policys. An important new book details the carefully calculated rise of a modern-day tsar.
Foreign Policy Magazine. a former Soviet dissident. A beatnik in s Leningrad, he experienced at first hand Soviet Foreign Policy in the Early s: A View from Chinese Sovietology Written by Jie Li called Soviet hegemonism. After that, Chinese Soviet-watchers became preoccupied with criticising Soviet hegemonism in their writings.
As we will see, both the real Soviet Soviet Union - Soviet Union - Economic policy: The economic stagnation of the late Brezhnev era was the result of various factors: the exhaustion of easily available resources, especially raw materials, and the growing structural imbalance of the economy due to the distorting effects of the incentive system, which paralyzed initiative and dissuaded people from doing an honest day’s :// Yet in the s the Soviet Union will be facing issues and events which may make for incremental changes-conceivably even fundamental changes, though this seems less likely-in the nature of politics and the direction of policies.
We have discussed some of the foreign policy issues that face Soviet policymakers in the :// //harsh-decade-soviet-policiess.
The late s ushered in the end of Communism in several countries and the collapse of the Soviet Union, an event that seemed impossible just a few short years earlier. Fun Facts. Nixon and Carter had both attempted to improve relationships with the Soviet Union, but relationships soured when the Soviets invaded Afghanistan in The Soviet Union, in the aftermath of the Brezhnev era, may well stand at a crossroads in its history.
According to the authors of this volume, the Chernenko administration and the new generation of political leaders now on the threshold of power must steer through a difficult period in the USSR's international relations, especially where the U.S.
is concerned, continuing to assert what they Read this book on Questia. It has been only three years since the Academy of Political Science published its last volume on the Soviet Union (The Soviet Union in the s, ed.
Erik P. Hoffmann).Since then, a great deal has happened in the USSR, much of it a direct result of Mikhail Gorbachev's selection as general secretary in March The confused U.S. policy over the Chinese-owned app exemplifies the challenges of decoupling in a globalized world. While much of India opened up And Soviet Foreign Policy book.
By George Breslauer. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 7 March Pub. location New York. Learning in U.S. Policy Toward the Soviet Union in the s. With Alexander Dallin. View abstract. part Part III | pages. Case Studies of Soviet Foreign :// Kennan retired from the Foreign Service inand joined the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, where he remained until retirement.
During that time he also served as Ambassador to the USSR and to Yugoslavia for a short time. Kennan has continued to write and lecture on foreign policy and the Soviet Union into the '://?id=OrIqAAAAYAAJ. Most analysts have overlooked the pronounced pro-Soviet tilt of Chinese foreign policy in and have not, consequently, sought to explain it other than as a consequence of the U.S.
invasion of Cambodia in April and a political counter-attack by Iin :// Stalin's Foreign Policy, Soviet foreign policy underwent a series of changes during the first decade of Stalin's rule. Soon after assuming control of the party, Stalin oversaw a Summary Foreign Policy: – When Reagan became President he had only one well-defined foreign policy goal: containing the Soviet Union, or the "evil empire" as he once referred to it.
He primarily wanted to stop the USSR from growing larger (as it tried to do when it invaded Afghanistan in ) and to keep other non-Communist countries Much later, in the s, former president Richard Nixon called for a "new realism" in the foreign policy of the United States.
In his view, the policies of detente and containment were The dominant historical narrative surrounding US policy and actions during the Soviet-Afghan War () maintains that the US government launched its extensive covert operation in support of the Mujahedin (Arabic for those who wage jihad, or holy war) against the Soviet army in response to the Soviet Union’s Decem invasion of ://.
The Soviet Union in the s. [Erik P Hoffmann;] Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Erik P Hoffmann. & Dale R. Herspring --Soviet arms trade with the noncommunist third world / Robbin F.
Laird --The Stalinist legacy in Soviet foreign policy / Charles Gati --The Stalinist legacy in Soviet foreign policy / Eric P.
://Abstract. Anyone who is reckless enough to accept as impossible an assignment as to write on the goals and uncertainties of American policy towards the Soviet Union in the s should at least — to use one of Secretary Haig’s contributions to political discourse — caveat his answers in so many ways that the caveats risk filling the whole of the ://And Soviet Foreign Policy by George W.