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RUSSIAN FOREIGN POLICY TODAY

Selections From The Current Digest of the Post-Soviet Press
Multi-Edition Series
(paperback)

ISBN: Multiple
Language: English
Price: $39.95 each
DESCRIPTION

Previously known as Soviet Foreign Policy TodayRussian Foreign Policy Today is part of The Current Digest foreign policy series. The editions in this series contain collections of translations originally published without commentary in the weekly issues of The Current Digest of the (Post-)Soviet Press. Brief introductions have been added to the articles in order to place the materials in context.

Available titles in this series:

» Soviet Foreign Policy Today (1986)
» Soviet Foreign Policy Today (1989)
» Soviet Foreign Policy Today (1990)
» Russian Foreign Policy Today: The Soviet Legacy and Post-Soviet Beginnings (1992)
» Russia's Evolving Foreign Policy 1992-1994
» Russian Foreign Policy 1994-1998: Charting an Independent Course

Click on the titles above to order.

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