Gorbachev and Obstacles Toward Détente
Philip D. Stewart presents an interpretation of Mikhail Gorbachev's approach to U.S.-Soviet relations, based upon careful analysis of the leader's writings, which sees Gorbachev as a strident Soviet nationalist who rejects most of the assumptions and outlooks upon which Brezhnev sought to create the détante of the early 1970s.
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Developments in Beijing
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