The Soviet Union after Brezhnev

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Index
Abramov, F., 84
Acheson, D., 147
Agapova, L., 42
Afghanistan

and Soviet military, 44

as source of dissent, 48, 51, 54-5, 57

effect of Soviet invasion on US policy, 63, 149-50

effect on Sino-Soviet relations, 134, 137, 139-40

National Liberation Movement of, 148

Soviet commitment to, 7, 11

Africa, 3, 25
Albania, 24, 132
Alekseev, N., 59
Alekseichuk, I., 45
Aliev, G.A., 31, 34, 37, 46, 51
Amur-Ussuri, 129, 136
Andropov, Y.V., 1, 5, 10, 19-20, 28, 30-32, 34-7, 83, 137
Arkhipov, I.V., 20, 21, 31
Armenia

nationalist movement in, 6, 27, 50

Argentina, 63
Australia, 63
Azerbaidzhan

nationalist movement in 20, 31, 46, 50, 57, 60

Baltic States

nationalist movement in, 41, 46, 48

Baruch, B., 143
Belorussia,

nationalist movement in, 20, 46

Beria, L., 17, 18, 30
Brandt, W., 147
Brazil, 145
Brezhnev, G., 43
Brezhnev, L.I., 1, 3; 5, 6-7, 10, 12-16, 18-22, 24-8, 30-36, 42-4, 46, 53-4, 76, 82, 86-7, 90, 109, 120, 124, 126, 132, 134-7, 149
Brezhnev, Y., 32
Brzezinski, Z., 149
Bulgaria

economy of, 76

relations with Soviet Union, 123-4

Burma, 130
Carter, J., 62, 149
Ceausescu, N., 127
Central Asia

effect on Soviet economy, 78

growth of Islamic religion, 53

relations with Moscow41, 51-2

Central Planning Agency

(Gosplan), 67, 103

Chalidze, V., 55
Chamberlain, N., 143
Charyev, K., 44
Chebrikov, V., 27
Chernenko, K.U., 1, 19, 24, 26, 28-30, 32, 37
China

effect on Soviet nuclear forces, 115

relations with Japan, 145-6, 148

relations with the Soviet Union, 9, 10, 23, 24, 129-42, 146, 148

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  • The Soviet Union After Brezhnev *
  • Contents *
  • Maps and Tables *
  • The Contributors *
  • Preface *
  • I the Post-Brezhnev Era *
  • 2 Leadership and the Succession Struggle *
  • 3 Dissent, Opposition and Instability *
  • 4 Soviet Economic Prospects: Can the Soviet Economic System Survive? *
  • 5 Agriculture *
  • 6 Foreign Trade Policy: the Ussr, the West and Eastern Europe as an Eternal Triangle *
  • 7 the Military Build-Up *
  • 8 Soviet-East European Relations *
  • 9 Sino—soviet Relations *
  • 10 is Détente Dead? *
  • References *
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