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Soviet Perceptions of US Foreign Policy

How did the Soviet Union evaluate the shifting balance of power in the world? How did it view America’s strengths and weaknesses? In Soviet Perceptions of US Foreign Policy, the author undertakes a systematic analysis of Soviet commentary on US foreign policy during the mid-1970s. Analyzing the Soviets’ assessment of the domestic determinants of US foreign policy, he turns to a thorough scrutiny of the Soviet view of the ends and means of that policy. The book remains timely as the US tries to re-invent the wheel in the war on terrorism, offering an experience of recent history that can be adapted for the present crisis. 
Subtitle: A Study of Ideology, Power, and Consensus
Publisher: Cornell University Press
Date: 1982
Page Count: 318