Communist party-states; comparative and international studies. Edited by Jan. F. Triska.

; Stanford University. Studies of the Communist System
Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill [1969] .

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Other Authors Triska, Jan F.,
Stanford University. Studies of the Communist System.
Subjects Communisme.
Communist state.
État socialiste.
Politieke stelsels.
Description xxxv, 392 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date [1969]
Notes Revised versions of essays from the Studies of the Communist System, Stanford University, 1963-1967.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents On Integration: Some Pre-Theoretical Observations / Robert C. North -- The World Communist System / Jan F. Triska -- Integration Among the Communist Party-States: Comparative Case Studies / David D. Finley -- A Theoretical Approach to the Study of Communist International Organizations / R. Judson Mitchell -- Process of Interaction Among the Fourteen Communist Party-States: An Exploratory Essay / Edward L. Miles With John S. Gillooly -- Patterns of Soviet Treaty-Making Behavior With Other Communist Party-States / Charles D. Cary -- The Divided Nations: International Integration and National Identity / Bruce R. Sievers -- Cuba's Integration Into the World Communist System, 1962-1966: A Preliminary Assessment / David Ronfeldt and Daniel Tretiak -- Communist System Interaction With Developing Afro-Asian States, 1954-1962: Preliminary Analysis / Maurice D. Simon -- Socioeconomic Development and Political Access in the Communist Party-States / Dennis C. Pirages -- Empirical Sociology in the Eastern European Communist Party-States / John S. Shippee -- External Conflict and Internal Cohesion: The Sino-Soviet Case / Ole R. Holsti -- Soviet Openness to Changing Situations: A Critical Evaluation of Certain Hypotheses About Soviet Foreign Policy Behavior / Richard A. Brody and John F. Vesecky.
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