Peaceful Co-existence: an Analysis of Soviet Foreign Policy

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Peaceful Co-existence: an Analysis of Soviet Foreign Policy

By Wladyslaw W. Kulski
Regnery (in coöperation with Foundation for Foreign Affairs), 1959
662 pp. $12.50
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"Since Soviet foreign policy is a highly important factor in the formulation of policies by other nations, it might be useful to examine it, in toto, as it has matured since the 1917 revolution." In pursuit of this examination, which involves both Soviet doctrine and Soviet practice, Professor Kulski gives a cogent exposition of Soviet objectives in foreign policy, with particular emphasis on underdeveloped and colonial areas--the greatest current targets of opportunity.

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