2 edition of Managing the U.S.-Soviet relationship found in the catalog.
Managing the U.S.-Soviet relationship
Jerry F. Hough
|Other titles||Managing the US-Soviet relationship., Managing the United States-Soviet relationship.|
|Statement||Jerry F. Hough.|
|Series||Brookings general series reprint -- no. 418, Publication (Brookings Institution. Institute of Economics) -- no. 418.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 1-28 ;|
|Number of Pages||28|
The USA and USSR share an interest in stability, in the survival of Gorbachev and his initiatives, and in the adoption of a gradual, multilateral approach to German re-unification. The US Author: Arnold L. Horelick. It witnessed first the blossoming and then the collapse of U.S.-Soviet détente; the depths of Sino-Soviet conflict, including a war and a Soviet nuclear threat against China, and the fulfillment of Sino-Soviet .
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