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Foreign policy change: United States foreign policy toward the Soviet Union and the Peoples Republic of China, 1961-1980 (Stockholm studies in politics) ePub download

by Jan Hallenberg

  • Author: Jan Hallenberg
  • ISBN: 917146428X
  • ISBN13: 978-9171464286
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Dept. of Political Science, University of Stockholm (1984)
  • Pages: 347
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Foreign policy change: United States foreign policy toward the Soviet Union and the Peoples Republic of China, 1961-1980 (Stockholm studies in politics) ePub download

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The chapters in this volume analyze the international and domestic sources of foreign policy making for the superpowers and China during the critical cold war years of the 1970s and 1980s. This was a period characterized by dramatic and fundamental changes in international relations. It witnessed first the blossoming and then the collapse of . Soviet détente; the depths of Sino-Soviet conflict, including a war and a Soviet nuclear threat against China, and the fulfillment of Sino-Soviet rapprochement in the midst of the Beijing democracy movement; and the drama of .

But the United States and the United Nations mobilized the counterforce in. .The first priority for Soviet foreign policy was instigating revolutions across Western Europe, above all Germany.

But the United States and the United Nations mobilized the counterforce in the Korean War (1950–53). These analysts have assessed Soviet behavior in the 1970s and 1980s as placing primary emphasis on relations with the United States, which was considered the foremost threat to the national security of the Soviet Union.

Foreign policy change by Jan Hallenberg, 1984, Dept. Stockholm studies in politics,, 25. Classifications. Are you sure you want to remove Foreign policy change from your list? Foreign policy change. United States foreign policy toward the Soviet Union and the Peopleʼs Republic of China, 1961-1980. Published 1984 by Dept. of Political Science, University of Stockholm in . Written in English. China, Soviet Union, United States.

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The Soviet Union and China had tentatively made up after their vicious - and . At first, part of the Chinese response was to use the Soviet example to spur further reform inside the party itself.

The Soviet Union and China had tentatively made up after their vicious - and nearly world-ending - split in the 1960s, and both were looking to learn from the other’s experiences. Moscow was increasingly convinced that China’s reform and opening up was a way forward for its moribund economy, and Chinese intellectuals, inside and outside the party, were intrigued by the possibilities offered by glasnost and perestroika - the pillars of Gorbachev’s heralded reform platform.

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