The Conduct of Soviet Foreign Policy

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Erik Peter Hoffmann, Frederic J. Fleron
Transaction Publishers - Political Science - 761 pages
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Contents

Introduction
1
History Social Science and the Study
11
Domestic Politics and the Formation
31
The Domestic Roots of Soviet Foreign Policy
50
Bipartisanship in Soviet Foreign PolicyMaking
61
Foreign Policy
76
Communist Ideology Belief Systems
91
A Symposium
101
Toward a Western Philosophy of Coexistence
333
Moscows View
353
The ScientificTechnological Revolution
386
Concluding Reflections on the SALT Experience
406
The Economics and Politics
428
Soviet Perspectives on NorthSouth Relations
479
New Soviet Alliances
495
A New Scramble for Africa?
515

Soviet Ideology and Soviet Foreign Policy
136
Doctrine and Foreign Policy
154
A Neglected Approach
165
Personality Behavior and Communist Ideology
191
Western Diplomacy
213
Origins of the Cold War
228
The Cold War Revisionists
255
The Cold War Revisited and ReVisioned
262
U S Soviet Relations
315
Communist Strategies in the Mediterranean
535
Soviet Policy in Asia
583
Outlook for SinoSoviet Relations
608
The Stalinist Legacy
644
Vulnerabilities and Strengths of
694
Russia America and Detente
719
Implications of the Soviet Invasion
748
Detente and Afghanistan
756
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