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Soviet Policy towards South Asia since 1970 (Cambridge Russian, Soviet and…

by Linda Racioppi

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0521055024, Paperback)

This book traces the evolution of Soviet thinking about South Asia and the Third World from 1970 to the present, and examines how Soviet policy objectives changed during that period. The author offers a unique view of Soviet policy toward a region of particularly unstable states, and addresses all the political, military and economic issues involved, the regional constraints and policy opportunities that influenced the policy process in Moscow, and the relationship between Soviet perceptions and policy objectives.

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