ソ連の対外政策の推移<br>Soviet Foreign Policy in Transition

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ソ連の対外政策の推移
Soviet Foreign Policy in Transition

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780521413657
  • DDC分類 327.47

基本説明

New in paperback. Hardcover was published in 1992. Covers Soviet relations with Eastern Europe and Scandinavia as well as the question of Soviet neutrality and the new political thinking.

Full Description


The late twentieth century witnessed remarkable changes in Soviet domestic and foreign policy. Eastern Europe sprang free of the country that held it in its grip for over forty years. The Soviet leadership has accepted the reunification of Germany and supported the US-sponsored resolution in the UN permitting the use of force in the Gulf against one of its former allies. Moreover, the leadership's quest for stability during a time of rapid technological, economic and political change seriously weakened the position of the Soviet Union on the international scene. This volume assesses those dramatic changes. It chronicles the debate within the Soviet Union over the success and validity of perestroika and the 'new thinking' on foreign affairs, the policy alternatives supported by various groups within the elite and their likely impact on future policies.

Table of Contents

List of tables
Preface
Introduction
Part I. The Soviet Union and the International
Political System: 1. Soviet reform in
international perspective
Part II. The Soviet Union And Europe: 2. The
changing Soviet-East European relationship
3. Soviet-Nordic relations in the era of
perestroika and new thinking
4. Soviet signals to the mordic countries
during the Lithuanian crisis of 1990
5. Neutrality and new thinking
Part III. The Soviet Union and the Developing
World: Global Trends: 6. From new thinking to
the fragmentation of consensus in Soviet
foreign policy: the USSR and the developing
world
7. Soviet new thinking on national liberation
movements: continuity and change
Part IV. The Soviet Union and the Developing
World: Regional and Country Case Studies: 8.
Soviet policy in Central America during the
Gorbachev period
9. The Soviet reassessment of socialist
orientation and the African response
10. Soviet policy in the Middle East:
Gorbachev's imprint
11. The implications of perestroika for the
Third World, particularly Asia
12. The Soviet Union and Indochina
13. Gorbachev's Southeast Asia policy: new
thinking for a new era?
14. The impact of Gorbachev's new thinking on
Soviet policy toward South Korea
Part V. Conclusion: 15. The paradox in new
political thinking in Soviet foreign policy
Index.