Lessons from the Failure of Perestroika
John Blaney and MICHAEL GFOELLER analyze Gorbachev's attempts to check Soviet economic decline, pointing to the underlying political design of the Soviet economy and resulting weaknesses as the key factor causing the USSR's disintegration. They warn that the wreckage of the old command system continues to cause regional instability.
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