Energy, Economics, and Foreign Policy in the Soviet Union

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Contents
1. Overview1
The Soviet Energy Problem2
Worldwide Consequences of Soviet Energy Problems7
Resource Allocation in the Soviet Economy9
The Performance of the Soviet Economy15
Economic Reform, Economic Performance, and Energy20
2. Soviet Energy Supplies24
Energy Reserves27
Overview of Primary Energy Production, 1960-8231
The Primary Fuel Industries42
Energy Supplies and the Economy98
3. Soviet Energy Consumption in World Perspective100
Trends in the Soviet Union102
Nonsystemic Factors in Energy-Conservation Prospects110
Systemic Factors in Energy-Conservation Prospects129
4. The Energy Balance144
The Energy Balance and the Economy144
The Energy Balance since 1960149
Soviet Energy Trade152
Energy Plans for 1985166
Feasibility of the 1985 Plans178
Implications of the Energy-Balance Projections for Soviet Energy Exports187
5. Energy and Foreign Policy193
The Influence of Foreign Policy on the Soviet Energy Sector197
The Influence of the Economy on Soviet Foreign Policy201
The Soviet Union in World Energy Markets214
Issues for U.S. Policy toward the Soviet Union220
Index223

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  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword vii
  • Contents ix
  • Tables x
  • ABBREVIATIONS OF FREQUENTLY CITED PERIODICALS xii
  • Chapter One - Overview 1
  • Chapter Two - Soviet Energy Supplies 24
  • Chapter Three - Soviet Energy Consumption in World Perspective 100
  • Chapter Four - the Energy Balance 144
  • Chapter Five - Energy and Foreign Policy 193
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