The Soviet Union, Eastern Europe and the Third World
Roger E. Kanet
Cambridge University Press, 1987 - Political Science - 233 pages
Soviet policy towards the countries of Asia, Africa and Latin America underwent substantial expansion and change during the three decades since Khrushchev first initiated efforts to break out of the USSR's international isolation. This 1988 volume examine various aspects of Soviet and East European policy towards the Third World.
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