Domestic Influences on Soviet Foreign Policy

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Domestic Influences on Soviet Foreign Policy

By Dina Rome Spechler
University Press of America, 1978
95 pp. $6.50

This brief monograph, less ambitious than its title, compares how leading Soviet newspapers, and by inference the individuals and elites identified with those papers, dealt with Soviet policy toward the Arab-Israeli conflict in October 1973. The method is perhaps too simple and the analysis too speculative, but the results are not without interest.

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