Soviet Reassessment of Ronald Reagan, 1985-1988
William D. Jackson analyzes Soviet assessments of the Reagan administration in the period 1985-1988 as revealed in recent memoirs by key Soviet officials and other Soviet documents. He concludes that a shift from the "outflanking" strategy aimed at the U.S. originally embraced by Gorbachev to a strategy of conciliatory engagement was closely linked to shifting assessments of the Reagan administration on the part of Gorbachev and his key advisers.
The New Russian Diplomacy, Igor S. Ivanov
Reviewed by William D. Jackson
Encircled Again: Russia's Military Assesses Threats in a Post-Soviet World, William D. Jackson
The Soviets and Strategic Arms: Toward an Evaluation of the Record, William D. Jackson
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