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    The Soviet Union (5 Reviews)
    Chernenko, The Last Bolshevik, by Ilya Zemtsov
    1. Chernenko, The Last Bolshevik by Ilya Zemtsov
    2. The Global Rivals by Seweryn Bialer and Michael Mandelbaum
    3. Moscow's Third World Strategy by Alvin Z. Rubinstein
    4. Perestroika in Perspective by Padma Desai
    5. Soviet Strategy Toward Southern Africa by Daniel R. Kempton
    Orbis, Fall 1989, pp. 615-618
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    Recent Books on International Relations (6 Reviews)
    Africa
    1. Regional Conflict and U.S. Policy by Richard J. Bloomfield
    2. The Defence of White Power by Robert Scott Jaster
    3. The Nigerian State by William D. Graf
    4. The Red Orchestra, Vol. II: The Case of Africa by Dennis L. Bark
    5. Revolutionary Ethiopia by Edmond J. Keller
    6. Soviet Strategy Toward Southern Africa by Daniel R. Kempton
    Foreign Affairs, Fall 1989, pp. 217-218
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    Book Reviews (10 Reviews)
    On the Soviet Union
    1. Perestroika in Perspective by Padma Desai
    2. Let History Judge by Roy Medvedev and George Shriver
    3. Moscow Spring by William Taubman and Jane Taubman
    4. Politics, Society, and Nationality Inside Gorbachev's Russia by Seweryn Bialer
    5. Gorbachev's Military Policy in the Third World by Mark N. Katz
    6. Afghanistan and the Soviet Union by Milan Hauner and Robert L. Canfield
    7. Soviet Strategy Toward Southern Africa by Daniel R. Kempton
    8. The Subtlest Battle by Muriel Atkin
    9. Soviet Society Today by Michael Rywkin
    10. The Soviet Union and the Strategy of Non-Alignment in the Third World by Roy Allison
    Current History, October 1989, pp. 345-346