Foreign Policies of the Soviet Union (Google eBook)

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Contents

SOVIET WORLD OUTLOOK
3
PERIODIZATION OF HISTORY
6
PEACEFUL COEXISTENCE AND THE BREZHNEV DOCTRINE
7
CORRELATION OF FORCES
9
WORLD REVOLUTIONARY PROCESS
10
World Communist Movement
11
National Liberation Groups
12
Left Wing of the Socialist Parties
16
Air Defense Troops
151
Civil Defense
152
Other Forces
153
FUTURE PROSPECTS
154
FOREIGN TRADE
162
FOREIGN TRADE DECISIONS
163
EASTCENTRAL EUROPE AND THE BLOC
165
EASTWEST TRADE
169

FUTURE PROSPECTS
18
THE DECISIONMAKING PROCESS
24
THE PRESIDENTIAL COUNCIL
28
THE CENTRAL PARTY APPARATUS
32
RESEARCH INSTITUTES AND ADVISERS
36
SHORTAND LONGRANGE PLANS
38
THE SUCCESSION PROBLEM
40
THE ANDROPOV INTERLUDE
42
ASCENDANCY OF CHERNENKO
43
GORBACHEV AT THE TOP
45
IMPLEMENTATION OF FOREIGN POLICY
50
ORGANIZATION
51
TRAINING AND ACTIVITIES
56
OTHER AGENCIES
62
ACTIVITIES WITHIN THE UNITED NATIONS
63
NEGOTIATIONS
65
OBJECTIVES
66
PAST ROLE OF THE COMMUNIST PARTY OF THE SOVIET UNION
67
INSTRUMENTALITIES
73
SOVIET FOREIGN PROPAGANDA
75
CENTRAL COMMITTEE APPARATUS
77
FRONT ORGANIZATIONS
79
FRONT CONFERENCES
84
SPECIALIZED PEACE MOVEMENTS
86
RADIO BROADCASTS
88
THE PRINTED WORD
92
PROPAGANDA IN LESSDEVELOPED COUNTRIES
94
FUTURE ACTIVITIES
96
INTELLIGENCE DISINFORMATION AND ACTIVE MEASURES
105
ORGANIZATION
107
PROMINENT ESPIONAGE CASES
109
DIPLOMATS AS SPIES
112
AGENTS OF INFLUENCE
114
LOWERLEVEL RECRUITMENT
115
HIGHTECHNOLOGY TRANSFER
117
COUPS TERRORISM AND NARCOTICS
118
DISINFORMATION AND MURDER
123
MILITARY STRATEGY
134
TYPES OF WARFARE
136
The USSR versus the United States
137
Warsaw Pact versus NATO
139
Other Conflicts
140
SOVIET MILITARY CAPABILITIES
143
Ground Forces
144
The Air Forces
150
THE NATURAL GAS PIPELINE
174
THE THIRD WORLD
175
FOREIGN ASSISTANCE
178
REGIONAL POLICIES
187
POLICIES TOWARD EASTCENTRAL EUROPE
189
THE ROMANIAN EXCEPTION
191
HUNGARY FOLLOWS
193
EAST GERMANY MERGES
194
BULGARIA
195
CZECHS AND SLOVAKS
196
WARSAW TREATY ORGANIZATION
197
THE COUNCIL FOR MUTUAL ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE
201
FUTURE TRENDS
206
EASTWEST RELATIONS IN EUROPE
211
LONGRANGE OBJECTIVES
212
SHORTTERM OBJECTIVES
216
THE HELSINKI FINAL ACT
217
CONVENTIONAL FORCE REDUCTIONS
219
INTERMEDIATERANGE NUCLEAR FORCES
223
WESTEAST TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER
226
THE THIRD WORLD
233
CATEGORIES OF LDCs
235
Theory
236
SUBSAHARAN AFRICA
239
BETWEEN THE MAGHREB AND INDIA
242
LATIN AMERICA
250
THE USSR IN EAST ASIA
262
SINOSOVIET RELATIONS
263
Ideological Differences
266
Interstate Relations
268
The Border Dispute
273
VIETNAM AND CAMBODIA
275
RELATIONS WITH NORTH KOREA AND JAPAN
277
SOVIETUS RELATIONS
288
ARMS CONTROL
289
SALT I AND II NEGOTIATIONS
291
THE START TALKS
294
THE INF TALKS
296
EXCHANGE AGREEMENTS
300
SOVIETUS TRADE
303
THE US ASSESSMENT
307
SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY
319
INDEX
339
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Page xxix - Mention was also made briefly of other arms control fora, including the Conference on Confidence and Security-Building Measures and Disarmament in Europe (CDE) in Stockholm and the Mutual and Balanced Force Reduction Negotiations (MBFR) in Vienna.
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