Siberian Development and East Asia: Threat or Promise

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Siberian Development and East Asia: Threat or Promise

By Allen S. Whiting
Stanford University Press, 1981
276 pp. $22.50
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Allen Whiting's long experience in both Soviet and Chinese affairs makes him an ideal scholar to look into the question of Eastern Siberia and how it relates to the Moscow-Peking-Tokyo triangle. To which, with a final chapter on U.S. interests, he adds Washington, including consideration of whether the West should or should not provide Moscow with technology to help exploit Siberia's resources.

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