Russia and Postwar Europe

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Russia and Postwar Europe

By David J. Dallin
Yale University Press, 1943
230 pp. $2.75

In this sequel to his "Soviet Russia's Foreign Policy, 1939-1942" Dr. Dallin examines current Soviet policy and tries to plot its future course. He expects a continuation of Russian imperialism, but as a social and revolutionary rather than purely nationalist phenomenon. On the whole, his prognosis is pessimistic on the future of peace in Europe even should Germany be reduced to the status of a second-rate Power.

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