ABSTRACT

This study investigates Western views on the potential future developments in the U.S.S.R. It traces the facts, figures, fears and ideological prejudices that have contributed to the mutual mistrust between the East and the West over long-range political goals and recommends ways of reducing it.

chapter |16 pages

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The »New Political Thinking« on Soviet Foreign Relations

ByEberhard Schulz

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Round-Table Discussion

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The Strategic Dimensions of Soviet Economic Reform

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