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Perestroika: Soviet Domestic And Foreign Policies

Perestroika: Soviet Domestic And Foreign Policies

Edited by Tsuyoshi Hasegawa and Alex Pravda

Sage (for the Royal Institute of International Affairs), 1990, 276 pp.

A series of papers-well prepared, well argued and racing to keep up to date-that grew out of a joint project under the auspices of Chatham House. While there are some differences in regional perspectives among the Japanese and European authors in interpreting what is going on in the Soviet Union, the area of commonality of views is considerable. The authors address the question of the relationship between domestic and foreign policies, but by no means exhaust it.