The rise of the Soviet empire; a study of Soviet foreign policy [by] Jan Librach.


New York, Praeger [1964] .

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Subjects Diplomatic relations.
Rusia -- Relaciones exteriores -- 1945 *****
Soviet Union -- Foreign relations -- 1917-1945.
Soviet Union -- Foreign relations -- 1945-1991.
Soviet Union.
Series Praeger publications in Russian history and world communism ; no. 146.
Description viii, 382 pages 21 cm.
Copyright Date [1964]
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents pt. 1. Theory and practice: Communist doctrine and Soviet foreign policy -- Peaceful coexistence -- part 2. Diplomacy and other methods: The communist internationals: comintern and cominform -- Revolution and respectability: the western border -- Rapallo -- The year of recognition -- Locarno -- Security in eastern Europe -- Hitler's impact on Soviet policy -- The new policy -- Spain -- Hand in hand with Hitler -- part 3. Imperialism: War aims -- The takeovers (the Ukraine, Belorussia, Transcaucasia, Poland, the Baltic states, Finland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Romania) -- part 4. The cold war era: Neither war nor peace (Truman Doctrine and Marshall Plan, Germany, Austria, Greece, Turkey, Iran, the eastern Arab states, Korea) -- Summit diplomacy -- Disarmament -- New worlds to conquer (southeast Asia, Black Africa, Latin America) -- part 5. Rents in the monolith: The Yugoslav heresy -- The dispute with China.
Geographic Area Soviet Union
Network Numbers (OCoLC)406234
(OCoLC)ocm00406234
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WorldCat Identities Librach, Jan.
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