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

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Abbreviations

APRF: Arkhiv Presidenta Rossiskoi Federatsii (Archives of the President of the Russian
Federation, known as the Presidential Archive, Moscow)

d.: delo (file or dossier)

f.: fond (fund, the most comprehensive organizational grouping within an archival
collection)

MEIMO: Mirovaia Ekonomika i Mezhdunarodnye Otnoshenii (World Economy and
International Relations)

o.: opis' (inventory)

pac.: paczka (packet)

PAP: Polska Agencja Prasowa (Polish Press Agency)

per.: perechen' (list)

SAMPO: Siftung Archiv der Massenorganisationen und Parteien der ehemaligen DDR
im Bundesarchiv (Foundation "Archive of the Mass Organizations and Parties of
the Former GDR" in the German Federal Archive, Potsdam)

tom: volume

TsKhSD: Tsentr Khraneniia Sovremennoi Dokumentatsii (Center for the Preservation of
Contemporary Documentation, the former CPSU Party Archives, Moscow)


Introduction
1.
The single, yet unforgettable, exception was Romania, where a brutal civil war raged for days before security forces loyal to Nicolae Ceausescu were finally defeated.
2.
See especially Mark Kramer, "Beyond the Brezhnev Doctrine," International Security 14, no. 3 (Winter 1989-90); Charles Gati, The Bloc That Failed: Soviet- East European Relations in Transition (London: I. B. Touris, 1990); Karen Dawisha, Eastern Europe, Gorbachev, and Reform: The Great Challenge, 2d ed. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1990); William G. Hyland, The Cold War Is Over (New York: Times Books, 1990); Jerry F. Hough, "Gorbachev's Politics," Foreign Affairs 68, no. 5 (Winter 1989-90); Sidney Blumenthal, Pledging Alliance: The Last Campaign of the Cold War (New York: HarperCollins, 1990); Ralf Dahrendorf, Reflections on the Revolution in Europe (New York: Times Books/Random House, 1990); Jeane J. Kirkpatrick, The Withering Away of the Totalitarian States . . . and Other Surprises (Washington, D. C.: American Enterprise Institute, 1990); Michael Howard, "The Springtime of Nations," Foreign Affairs 69, no. 1 (Winter 1990); William H. MacNeill, "Winds of Change," Foreign Affairs 69, no. 4 (Fall 1990); Robert G. Kaiser, "Gorbachev: Triumph and Failure," Foreign Affairs 70, no. 2 (Spring 1991); Richard Perle, "Military Power and the Passing Cold War," in After the Cold War: Questioning the Morality of Nuclear Deterrence, ed. Charles W. Kegley Jr. and Kenneth L. Scwab (Boulder: Westview, 1991); and Richard Pipes, "Gorbachev's Russia: Breakdown or Crackdown," Commentary 89, no. 3 (March 1990).
3.
See Daniel Deudney and G. John Ikenberry, "The International Sources of Soviet Change," International Security 16, no. 3 (Winter 1991), and Gati, The Bloc That Failed.
4.
See Hough, "Gorbachev's Politics"; Valerie Bunce, "The Empire Strikes Back: The Evolution of the Eastern Bloc from a Soviet Asset to a Soviet Liability," International Organization 39, no. 1 (Winter 1985); Paul Marer, "Has Eastern Europe Become a Liability to the Soviet Union: (III) The Economic Aspect," in The International Politics of Eastern Europe, ed. Charles Gati (New York: Praeger, 1976); and Peter

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  • The Rise and Fall of the Brezhnev Doctrine in Soviet Foreign Policy *
  • Contents *
  • Acknowledgments *
  • Abbreviations *
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - Evolutionary Counterrevolution 9
  • 2 - "Normalization" and Orthodoxy 39
  • 3 - Socialist Internationalism and National Interest 65
  • 4 - Socialist Poland— Asset or Liability? 99
  • 5 - Military Assistance to Poland in 1980? 131
  • 6 - The Collapse of Socialist Internationalism 171
  • 7 - Staring into the Abyss 205
  • Conclusion 243
  • Notes 257
  • Index 299
  • The New Cold War History *
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