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Soviet Foreign Policy Documents, 1984 (Soviet Foreign Policy Documents)

Darshan Singh

Soviet Foreign Policy Documents, 1984 (Soviet Foreign Policy Documents)

by Darshan Singh

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Published by Stosius Inc/Advent Books Division .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Foreign Relations

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13129836M
    ISBN 108120702735
    ISBN 109788120702738

      Finally, the Bureau publishes the annual American Foreign Policy Current Documents, Soviet Union in U.S. government publications containing the text of major foreign policy addresses, press conferences, briefings, and congressional testimony by officers of the Executive Branch of the U.S. government for the year covered.   — The Soviet actions examined are influenced to some extent by Soviet perceptions of a mounting challenge from US foreign and defense policy. However, these activities do not all fit into an in-tegrated pattern of current Soviet foreign policy tactics.1 — Each Soviet action has its own military or political purpose sufficient to explain it.

    There are many aspects to the story that can be closely related to historical Gorge Orwell depicts a world with very close ties to Stalin's Soviet Union but in a very different time setting. Both worlds show a government in fear of losing power and using similar methods like; erasing the past, controlling the media, and having a strong figurehead. One volume in particular, Foreign Relations of the United States, , Volume XXXIV, National Security Policy, documents U.S. national security policy in the context of the Vietnam War and the changing Cold War strategic balance between the United States and the Soviet Union.

    Preface; List of abbreviations and symbols; Multilateral relations (Documents ). General policies and problems in the relations of the United States with Eastern Europe (Documents ). United States policy on trade with Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union (Documents ) United States civil aviation policy toward the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe (Documents ). The aim of this chapter is to investigate analogies between Sparta and Soviet Union in U.S. foreign policy and intelligence analysis during the ‘Cold War’ from to


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