Soviet-British Relations since the 1970s

Soviet-British Relations since the 1970s

by Alex Pravda, Peter J. S. Duncan
     
 

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This collection brings together empirical and analytical studies of the nature and evolution of Soviet-British relations during the 1980s and looks forward to the 1990s. The relationship is firmly placed within the wider context of Soviet policy toward the West and NATO. The contributors examine mutual perceptions and policy perspectives; Soviet interests and

Overview

This collection brings together empirical and analytical studies of the nature and evolution of Soviet-British relations during the 1980s and looks forward to the 1990s. The relationship is firmly placed within the wider context of Soviet policy toward the West and NATO. The contributors examine mutual perceptions and policy perspectives; Soviet interests and objectives in dealing with Britain; and the role of economic, political, diplomatic, nongovernmental and security factors in determining policy outcomes. A concluding section evaluates the long-term significance of current and potential policy developments on both sides. Soviet-British Relations is the first volume to be produced by the Soviet foreign policy study group at Chatham House, and is published in association with The Royal Institute of International Affairs.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780521054973
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press
Publication date:
03/28/2008
Pages:
276
Product dimensions:
5.98(w) x 8.98(h) x 0.63(d)

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