On Dealing with the Communist World
Published for the Council on Foreign Relations by Harper & Row, 1964 - Communist countries - 57 pages
Examines changes in the structure of world communism which have permitted the rise of independent and partially independent states. Reviews the history of relations between America and the Communist world and the alternative attitudes which face American foreign policy at the present time.
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1 The Rationale of Coexistence
2 EastWest Trade
3 Polycentrism and Western Policy
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