Old Myths and New Realities in United States-Soviet Relations

Synopsis

This volume assembles some of the most experienced observers and analysts of United States-Soviet relations to assess the dramatic events of the last few years in the Soviet bloc and probe the broader questions of how these events impact the relationship between the two powers. Offering a comprehensive review of this relationship from a variety of perspectives, this study deals with the impact of Gorbachev's reforms at home on Soviet foreign policy, Soviet policy toward the third world, the European perspective on changing superpower relations, and Soviet foreign policy from the perspective of American and British journalists.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Donald R. Kelley
  • Hoyt Purvis
  • Jerry F. Hough
  • William G. Miller
  • Vladimir O. Pechatnov
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 1990

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