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Soviet Foreign Policy After Stalin
Soviet Foreign Policy After Stalin
By David J. Dallin
Lippincott, 1961, 543 pp

Long a student of the Soviet Union, Mr. Dallin here examines "the constants and variables in the Soviet international course after Stalin": the great dictator's legacy, the transition of the Malenkov-Molotov era and the new Khrushchev era. Solid and knowledgeable, it is a welcome guide to developments since 1953.