The Foreign Policy of Soviet Russia 1929-1941. Volume 1, 1929-1936

A great deal of solid history is packed into this important book, replete with quotations, statistics, references and appendices. Though the author seeks merely to reconstruct the intricate story of eight years of Soviet foreign policy, the alert reader will find in his account much that is instructive of the long-range aims and methods of Soviet behavior -- in particular, the relation between the Kremlin's foreign strategy and the activities of Communist parties in other countries.

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