The Soviet Legacy in Russian Foreign Policy
Mark Kramer explores formal and informal aspects of the Soviet legacy in the making and nature of Russian foreign policy. He argues that the Russian government has departed from Soviet foreign policy on few matters, but most of it shows a good deal of continuity.
What Happened to the Soviet Union? How and Why American Sovietologists Were Caught by Surprise, Christopher I. Xenakis Reviewed by Mark Kramer
Stalin and the Bomb: The Soviet Union and Atomic Energy, 1939-1956, David Holloway Reviewed by Mark Kramer
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