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    Nicola Miller
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The Soviet presence and purposes in Latin America are a matter of great controversy, yet no serious study was hitherto combined with . Paperback or Softback. Condition: New. Soviet Relations with Latin America,. Seller Inventory BBS-9780521359795.

The Soviet presence and purposes in Latin America are a matter of great controversy, yet no serious study was hitherto combined with a regional perspective and diplomatic analysis, examining the strategic and ideological factors that influence Soviet foreign policy.

This book was first published in 1989.

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Автор: Miller Название: Soviet Relations with Latin America, 1959–1987 Издательство: Cambridge Academ .

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This book was first published in 1989. The Soviet presence and purposes in Latin America are a matter of great controversy, yet no serious study was hitherto combined with a regional perspective (concentrating on the nature and regional impact of Soviet activity on the ground) and diplomatic analysis, examining the strategic and ideological factors that influence Soviet foreign policy. Nicola Miller's lucid and accessible survey of Soviet-Latin American relations over the past quarter-century demonstrates clearly that existing, heavily 'geo-political' accounts distort the real nature of Soviet activity in the area, closely constrained by local political, social and geographical factors. In a broadly chronological series of case-studies Dr Miller argues that, American counter-influence apart, enormous physical and communicational barriers obstruct Soviet-Latin American relations and that the lack of economic complementarity imposes a natural obstacle to trading growth: even Cuba, often cited as 'proof' of Soviet designs upon the area, is only an apparent exception.