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Gorbachev, Reform, and the Brezhnev Doctrine: Soviet Policy Toward Eastern Europe, 1985-1990 First Edition Edition

ISBN-13: 978-0275944841
ISBN-10: 0275944840
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"This is a very well documented and thoughtful analysis of the political transformations taking place in Eastern Europe, mainly in the former Soviet Union. The author is well read in the pertinent political literature, Western and Soviet. . . . He is well versed in the methods and tools of his profession and uses them to the utmost. . . . Advanced undergraduate; graduate."-Choice

"Chafetz describes the erosion of Soviet ideology which ultimately washed away the last meager claims to the legitimacy of the empire. . . . This is a most useful summarization of events."-Journal of Baltic Studies

"Glenn Chafetz has done a first-rate job of weaving together a wealth of complex domestic and foreign policy interactions. His clear explanations of his own methodology make the book particularly useful for graduate seminars. It is also a must for those of us struggling to teach undergraduate courses on post-Soviet Russian foreign policy."-The Russian Review

?Chafetz describes the erosion of Soviet ideology which ultimately washed away the last meager claims to the legitimacy of the empire. . . . This is a most useful summarization of events.?-Journal of Baltic Studies

?Glenn Chafetz has done a first-rate job of weaving together a wealth of complex domestic and foreign policy interactions. His clear explanations of his own methodology make the book particularly useful for graduate seminars. It is also a must for those of us struggling to teach undergraduate courses on post-Soviet Russian foreign policy.?-The Russian Review

?This is a very well documented and thoughtful analysis of the political transformations taking place in Eastern Europe, mainly in the former Soviet Union. The author is well read in the pertinent political literature, Western and Soviet. . . . He is well versed in the methods and tools of his profession and uses them to the utmost. . . . Advanced undergraduate; graduate.?-Choice

About the Author

GLENN R. CHAFETZ, former Acting Assistant Director of the Center for Russian and East European Studies, University of Virginia, is Assistant Professor of Political Science, Memphis State University. A specialist in theories of international relations and Russian foreign policy, he has published in International Relations.

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