East-West trade and the technology gap: a political and economic appraisal
Praeger, 1970 - Business & Economics - 214 pages
"A conference ... held in October 1968 under the sponsorship of the International and Social Studies Division of the Institute for Defense Analyses."
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Soviet Use of the Brezhnev Doctrine
POLITICAL CONSEQUENCES OF THE SOVIET INVASION
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