The Soviet Union and Yugoslavia in the 1980s: A Relationship in Flux
Mark A. Cichock describes a fundamental alteration that has come to characterize the Soviet-Yugoslav relationship in the Gorbachev era. The author concludes that a nonthreatening transformation took shape that was an early indicator of the change process in the rest of Eastern Europe.
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