Soviet power: the Kremlin's foreign policy--from Brezhnev to Andropov

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Simon and Schuster, 1983 - Political Science - 287 pages
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This analysis points to a pattern of thwarted strategy and failed objectives, which has weakened the influence of the Soviet Union even while its military power has grown, but warns that the United States frequently misunderstands Soviet intentions and ca

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Contents

The Andropov Inheritance
3
The Soviet View of National Security
15
The Growth of Soviet Power
26
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