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Jerry F. Hough • 41 Items / 8 Books, 31 Articles, 2 Reviews
Democratization and Revolution in the USSR, 1985-91 (1997)
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    Recent Books on International Relations (5 Reviews)
    Eastern Europe and Former Soviet Republics
    1. Russia: People and Empire, 1552-1917 by Geoffrey Hosking
    2. Democratization and Revolution in the USSR, 1985-91 by Jerry F. Hough
    3. Ukrainian Nationalism in the 1990s by Andrew Wilson#2
    4. Black Dog of Fate by Peter Balakian
    5. Internal Factors in Russian Foreign Policy by Neil Malcolm, Alex Pravda, Roy Allison, and Margot Light, ...
    Foreign Affairs, November 1997, pp. 169-170
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    Reality Check (5 Reviews)
    Revising Theories of International Politics in Reponse to the End of the Cold War
    1. The Gorbachev Factor by Archie Brown
    2. Democratization and Revolution in the USSR, 1985-91 by Jerry F. Hough
    3. International Relations Theory and the End of the Cold War by Richard Ned Lebow and Thomas Risse-Kappen
    4. The Enigma of 1989 by Jacques Levesque
    5. Germany Unified and Europe Transformed by Philip Zelikow and Condoleezza Rice
    World Politics, July 1998, pp. 650-680
  3. Books & the Arts
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    Was Communism Reformable? (8 Reviews)
    The Gorbachev Factor, by Archie Brown
    1. The Gorbachev Factor by Archie Brown
    2. On My Country and the World by Mikhail Gorbachev
    3. Democratization and Revolution in the USSR, 1985-91 by Jerry F. Hough
    4. Revolution From Above by David M. Kotz and Fred Weir
    5. Chechnya: Tombstone of Russian Power by Anatol Lieven
    6. Stealing the State by Steven L. Solnick
    7. The Collapse of the Soviet Military by William E. Odom
    8. Yeltsin's Russia by Lilia Shevtsova
    The Nation, January 3, 2000, pp. 25-29