The Communist states at the crossroads between Moscow and Peking. With an introduction by Philip E. Mosely.


New York, Praeger [1965] .

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Subjects Communisme. 1960.
Communist countries -- Foreign relations.
Communist countries.
Démocratie populaire.
Diplomatic relations.
Pays socialistes -- Relations extérieures.
Pologne. Politique à l'étranger.
Sozialistische Staaten.
Series Praeger publications in Russian history and world communism ; no. 154.
Description viii, 270 pages 21 cm.
Copyright Date [1965]
Notes Bibliographical references included in "Notes" [pages 241-262].
Contents Power and ideology in the Communist states / Philip E. Mosely -- Sino-Soviet relations in historical perspective / John W. Strong -- The Sino-Soviet split: a reconstructed history, 1956-64 / William E. Griffith -- Poland / M.K. Dziewanowski -- Hungary / Ferenc A. Vali -- Czechoslovakia / H. Gordon Skilling -- Romania and Bulgaria / J.F. Brown -- East Germany / Melvin Croan -- Outer Mongolia, North Korea, North Viet-Nam / Paul F. Langer -- Cuba / C. Ian Lumsden -- Yugoslavia / Milorad M. Drachkovitch -- Economic relations among the Communist states / Philip E. Uren -- The Communist states and the west / Adam Bromke.
Geographic Area Soviet Union
Europe, Eastern
Network Numbers (OCoLC)248377
(OCoLC)ocm00248377
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WorldCat Identities Bromke, Adam,
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