The Rise and Fall of the Brezhnev Doctrine in Soviet Foreign Policy

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Abbreviations
AFL-CIO American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations
BBC British Broadcasting Corporation
CC Central Committee
CIA Central Intelligence Agency
CMEA Council for Mutual Economic Assistance
CPC Communist Party of China
CPSU Communist Party of the Soviet Union
CSCE Conference for Security and Cooperation in Europe
CSCP Czechoslovak Communist Party
CSSR Czechoslovak Socialist Republic
CTK Ceskoslovenska Tiskova Kancelar (Czechoslovak News Agency)
DiP Doswiadzcenie i Przyszlosc (Experience and Future)
DS Durzhavna Sigurnost (Bulgarian State Security)
EC European Community
EEC European Economic Community
FRG Federal Republic of Germany (West Germany)
GDR German Democratic Republic (East Germany)
IEMSS Institut Ekonomiki Mirovoi Sotsialisticheshoi Sistemy (Institute of the Economics of the World Socialist System [Bogomolov Institute])
ILO International Labor Organization
KGB Komitet Gosudarstvennoj Bezopasnosti (Committee for State Security)
KOR Komitet Obrony Robotnikow (Workers' Defense Committee)
KPN Konfederacja Polski Niepodleglej (Confederation for an Independent Poland)
KSS Komitet Samoobrony Spolecznej (Committee for Social Self-Defense)
MFA Ministry of Foreign Affairs
MRBM Medium-range ballistic missile
MVD Ministerstvo Vnutrennykh Del (Ministry of Internal Affairs)
NATO North Atlantic Treaty Organization
NEM New Economic Mechanism
NKVD Narodnyi Komissariat Vnutrennykh Del (People's Commissariat of Internal Affairs)
NSC National Security Council
NZS Niezalezne Zrzeszenie Studentow (Independent Students' Union)
OPEC Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries
PAP Polska Agencja Prasova (Polish Press Agency)

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