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The Foreign policies of East Europe : new approaches / edited by Ronald H. Linden.


New York, N.Y. : Praeger, 1980.
ISBN 0030561361, 9780030561368

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Other Authors Linden, Ronald Haly.
Subjects Aussenpolitik.
Diplomatic relations.
EASTERN EUROPE.
Europe de l'Est -- Relations extérieures.
Europe, Eastern -- Foreign relations.
Europe, Eastern.
FOREIGN RELATIONS.
Ostblock.
Description xii, 322 pages ; 24 cm
Copyright Date 1980.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Introduction: foreign policy studies and east Europe / Ronald H. Linden -- Balkan communist foreign policies: a linkage perspective / Cal Clark -- Comparing world views in east Europe: contemporary Polish perceptions / Richard K. Herrmann -- External demands and east Europe's Westpolitik / William C. Potter -- Political conformity and economic dependence in east Europe: the impact of trade with the west / Donna Bahry and Cal Clark -- Dependency theory and the Soviet-East European hierarchical regional system: initial tests / William Zimmerman -- The implications of interdependence for Soviet-East Europe relations: a preliminary analysis of the Polish case / Sarah Meiklejohn Terry -- The communist Balkans at the United Nations / Robert Weiner -- East Europe: Soviet asset or burden? the political dimension / Andrzej Korbonski -- Research on East European foreign policy: other needs, other areas, new directions / Roger E. Kanet.
Geographic Area Europe, Eastern
Network Numbers (OCoLC)6666712
(OCoLC)ocm06666712
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