- Author:Jerry F. Hough
- Publisher:Brookings Inst Pr; 1st edition (March 1, 1986)
- Pages:350 pages
- Subcategory:Politics & Government
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First, in the 1960s and early 1970s many scholars wrote books and especially dissertations on the growing Soviet literature about the outside world. Still, Soviet scholars as a group have made an enormous contribution to this book. They have contributed greatly to an understanding of the com-.
The Struggle for Third World: Soviet Debates and American Options, The Brookings Institution, 1986. Russia and the West: Gorbachev and the Politics of Reform, Simon and Schuster, 1988. Opening Up the Soviet Economy, The Brookings Institution, 1989.
By Jerry F. Hough The Third World necessarily has a prominent place in the exposition, but the book also.
What this book does better than any other is to summarize and analyze the vast Soviet academic literature on world affairs and to relate it to the actualities of Soviet foreign policy. The Third World necessarily has a prominent place in the exposition, but the book also covers historical and changing Soviet views and policies on relations with the West, economic development, political systems and revolutionary strategy. policy, which Hough sees as following directly from his study of the Soviet side, are directed to issues now current, and are sure to be controversial.
The Polish Crisis: American Policy Options: A Staff Paper. Opening Up the Soviet Economy. Soviet Leadership in Transition.
The Struggle for the Third World: Soviet Debates and American Options. Foreword by Bruce K. Maclaury. Brookings Institution, 1986. Recommend this journal.
Jerry F. Hough explores the breakup of the orthodox Stalinist position on these issues and the evolution of free-swinging discussion . In the longer perspective the West has been winning the struggle for the third world. The changes in those countries hav. ONTINUE READING. Hough explores the breakup of the orthodox Stalinist position on these issues and the evolution of free-swinging discussion about them.
Hough, Jerry F. Cited Authors. Hough, JF. Published Date. Published By. The Brookings Institution.