Communism in Transition: The End of the Soviet Empires
Taylor & Francis, 1993 - Broj stranica: 274
Studying the history of East-West relations from 1918 to the revolutions of 1989 and the collapse of the Soviet Union, this volume presents an analysis of this transitory period. It reviews communism as a worldwide phenomena and the prospects for communist nations in the new era of international relations.
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The Stalinist Model and Its Collapse
The Dynamics of Soviet and Russian Foreign Policies
The End of Communism in the Northern Satellites
The End of Communism in the Southern Tier
Communism Chinese Style
Chinas Relations with the West and the Communist
Asian Communist States and Their Wars
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