Soviet Foreign Economic Policy Under Perestroika

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Soviet Foreign Economic Policy Under Perestroika

By Leonard Geron
Council on Foreign Relations Press (for the Royal Institute of Internationa, 1990
126 pp. $14.95

A generally upbeat assessment of the Gorbachev regime's declared intentions and actual accomplishments-which are much less-in bringing the Soviet Union into the international economy. Geron recognizes formidable obstacles and knows that reforming foreign economic relations depends on the success of domestic reform, but he sees the direction of change as irreversible. In relatively few pages he packs much information and includes some useful tables.

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