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Sovereignties in Question: The Poetics of Paul Celan By Jacques Derrida, Thomas Dutoit, Outi Pasanen. Fordham University Press, 2005
Sovereignty after Empire: Comparing the Middle East and Central Asia By Sally N. Cummings, Raymond Hinnebusch. Edinburgh University Press, 2011
Sovereignty as Responsibility: Conflict Management in Africa By Francis M. Deng, Sadikiel Kimaro, Terrence Lyons, Donald Rothchild, I. William Zartman. Brookings Institution, 1996
Sovereignty in Exile: A Saharan Liberation Movement Governs By Alice Wilson. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2016
Sovereignty: Organized Hypocrisy By Stephen D. Krasner. Princeton University Press, 1999
The Soviet Administrative Elite By Kenneth C. Farmer. Praeger Publishers, 1992
Soviet Agricultural and Peasant Affairs By Roy D. Laird. University of Kansas Press, 1963
Soviet Agriculture By Zhores A. Medvedev. Norton, 1987
Soviet and American Psychology during World War II By Albert R. Gilgen, Vera A. Koltsova, Yuri N. Oleinik. Greenwood Press, 1997
The Soviet Arctic By Pier Horensma. Routledge, 1991
Soviet Asia, Democracy's First Line of Defense By Raymond Arthur Davies, Andrew J. Steiger. The Dial Press, 1942
The Soviet Challenge to America By George S. Counts. The John Day Company, 1931
The Soviet Colossus: History and Aftermath By Michael Kort. M.E. Sharpe, 1996 (4th edition)
Soviet Communes By Robert G. Wesson. Rutgers University Press, 1963
Soviet Defense Spending: A History of CIA Estimates, 1950-1990 By James H. Noren, Noel E. Firth. Texas A&M University Press, 1998
The Soviet Design for a World State By Elliot R. Goodman. Columbia University Press, 1960
Soviet Economic Warfare By Robert Loring Allen, Erwin D. Canham. Public Affairs Press, 1960
Soviet Economy and Society By David Lane. B. Blackwell, 1985
The Soviet Economy, 1959-1965: A Short Statistical Handbook By G. I. Samborsky. International Arts and Sciences Press, 1959
The Soviet Economy: A Book of Readings By Morris Bornstein, Daniel R. Fusfeld. Richard D. Irwin, 1962
Soviet Emigrae Artists: Life and Work in the USSR and the United States By Marilyn Rueschemeyer, Igor Golomshtok, Janet Kennedy. M. E. Sharpe, Inc., 1985
The Soviet Empire Reconsidered: Essays in Honor of Adam B. Ulam By Sanford R. Lieberman, David E. Powell, Carol R. Saivetz, Sarah M. Terry. Westview Press, 1994
The Soviet Far East and Central Asia By William Mandel. The Dial Press, 1944
The Soviet Far East: A Survey of Its Physical and Economic Geography By Erich Thiel, Ralph M. Rookwood, Annelie Rookwood. Methuen and Co Ltd, 1957
The Soviet Film Industry By Paul Babitsky, John Rimberg. Praeger, 1955
Soviet Foreign Aid By Marshall I. Goldman. Praeger, 1967
Soviet Foreign Policy: A Pattern of Persistence By Anthony Trawick Bouscaren. Fordham University Press, 1962
Soviet Foreign Policy By Robbin F. Laird. Academy of Political Science, 1987
Soviet Foreign Relations: Documents & Readings By Donald G. Bishop. Syracuse University Press, 1952
A primary source is a work that is being studied, or that provides first-hand or direct evidence on a topic. Common types of primary sources include works of literature, historical documents, original philosophical writings, and religious texts.
Soviet Foreign Trade By Alexander Baykov. Princeton University Press, 1946
Soviet Images of Dissidents and Nonconformists By Walter Parchomenko. Praeger Publishers, 1986
The Soviet Impact on the Western World By Edward Hallett Carr. The Macmillan Company, 1948
The Soviet Intervention in Afghanistan By Alfred L. Monks. American Enterprise Institute, 1981
The Soviet Jewish Americans By Annelise Orleck, Ronald H. Bayor, Elizabeth Cooke. Greenwood Press, 1999
Soviet Leaders and Mastery over Man By Hadley Cantril. Rutgers University Press, 1960
Soviet Leadership in Transition By Jerry F. Hough. Brookings Institution, 1980
The Soviet Legacy By Roy D. Laird. Praeger Publishers, 1993
Soviet Man and His World By Klaus Mehnert, Maurice Rosenbaum. Praeger, 1962
A primary source is a work that is being studied, or that provides first-hand or direct evidence on a topic. Common types of primary sources include works of literature, historical documents, original philosophical writings, and religious texts.
Soviet Marxism: A Critical Analysis By Herbert Marcuse. Columbia University Press, 1958
The Soviet Military and the Future By Stephen J. Blank, Jacob W. Kipp. Greenwood Press, 1992
Soviet Military Doctrine from Lenin to Gorbachev, 1915-1991 By Willard C. Frank Jr., Philip S. Gillette. Greenwood Press, 1992
Soviet Military Intervention in Hungary, 1956 By Jenő Györkei, Miklós Horváth. Central European University Press, 1999
Soviet Military Reform in the Twentieth Century: Three Case Studies By Raymond J. Swider Jr., John Erickson. Greenwood Press, 1992
The Soviet Model and Underdeveloped Countries By Charles K. Wilber. University of North Carolina Press, 1969
The Soviet Navy By Commander M. G. Saunders. Praeger, 1958
Soviet Policies in China, 1917-1924 By Allen S. Whiting. Columbia University Press, 1954
Soviet Policy and the Chinese Communists, 1931-1946 By Charles B. McLane. Columbia University Press, 1958
Soviet Policy in the Far East, 1944-1951 By Max R. Beloff. Books for Libraries Press, 1971
Soviet Policy toward the Baltic States, 1918-1940 By Albert N. Tarulis. University of Notre Dame Press, 1959
Soviet Politics and the Ukraine, 1917-1957 By Robert S. Sullivant. Columbia University Press, 1962
Soviet Politics in Perspective By Richard Sakwa. Routledge, 1998 (2nd edition)
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