Trade, Technology, and Soviet-American Relations

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TRADE,
TECHNOLOGY,
AND
SOVIET-AMERICAN
RELATIONS

Edited by
Bruce Parrott

Published in association with the Center for Strategic and International Studies, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.

INDIANA UNIVERSITY PRESS BLOOMINGTON

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Foreword vii
  • Editor's Acknowledgments xi
  • Introduction xiii
  • Notes xvi
  • Part I - The Soviet Union and Trade with the West 1
  • Soviet-Western Trade and Technology Transfer: An Economic Overview 3
  • Notes 32
  • Soviet Foreign Policy, Internal Politics, and Trade with the West 35
  • Notes 57
  • Part II - Case Studies 61
  • Soviet Assimilation of Western Technology 63
  • Notes 78
  • Western Technology Transfer to the Soviet Automotive Industry 82
  • Notes 113
  • Technology Transfer and the Development of the Soviet Computer Industry 117
  • Notes 136
  • Technology Transfer in the Soviet Energy Sector 141
  • Notes 166
  • Western Technology and the Soviet Defense Industry 169
  • Notes 198
  • Soviet Trade in Agricultural Commodities and Technology 203
  • Notes 237
  • Part III - The United States and Western Trade with the Ussr 241
  • American Politics and Trade with the Ussr 243
  • Notes 279
  • East-West Economic Relations and the Western Alliance 283
  • Notes 320
  • The Impact of Trade and Trade Denial on the U.S. Economy 324
  • Notes 348
  • Conclusion 351
  • Notes 362
  • Chronology of U.S.-Ussr Trade: 1971-1983 363
  • Statistical Appendix 372
  • Contributors 387
  • Index 389
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