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The Global Rivals (1988)
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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 (20 Reviews)
    The Soviet Union and Eastern Europe
    1. The Global Rivals by Seweryn Bialer and Michael Mandelbaum
    2. The Soviet Economy on the Brink of Reform by Peter Wiles
    3. Reorganization and Reform in the Soviet Economy by Susan J. Linz and William Moskoff
    4. Gorbachev's Reforms by Peter Juviler and Hiroshi Kimura
    5. Understanding Soviet Society by Michael Paul Sacks and Jerry G. Pankhurst
    6. Stalin: Man and Ruler by Robert H. McNeal
    7. Two Lives, One Russia by Nicholas Daniloff
    8. Fear No Evil by Natan Sharansky
    9. Notes of a Non-Conspirator by Allan Wynn
    10. Acquired Traits by Raissa L. Berg
    11. The Poverty of Communism by Nick Eberstadt
    12. East-West Conflict by Michael D. Intriligator and Hans-Adolf Jacobsen, ...
    13. The Uncertain Future by Nicholas N. Kittrie and Ivan Volgyes
    14. The Prague Spring by Jiri Pehe
    15. National Conflict in Czechoslovakia by Carol Skalnik Leff
    16. Socialist Authority by Peter A. Toma
    17. The Hungarians by Stephen Borsody
    18. The Struggles for Poland by Neal Ascherson
    19. Diary, Vol. I by Witold Gombrowicz and Jan Kott
    20. Paris, New York: 1982-1984 by Kazimierz Brandys
    Foreign Affairs, Winter 1988, pp. 190-193