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The Big Three

The Big Three

By David J. Dallin

Yale University Press, 1945, 292 pp.

Within recent years Dr. Dallin has in rapid succession turned out three books on the Soviet Union and its foreign policy. The scope of the present volume is wider, but its focus is still on Russia and his attitude is still, of course, anti-Soviet. He finds the Kremlin determined to expand its territory and power, especially at the expense of the British Empire, even if another world war is the consequence. He reposes small faith in the United Nations as an instrument of peace and in general his outlook is one that can only inspire gloom among his readers.