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  • ISBN 0521414385
  • ISBN13 978-0521414388
  • Language English
  • Author Jonathan C. Valdez
  • Publisher Cambridge University Press (June 25, 1993)
  • Pages 230
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Jonathan Valdez explores the role of ideology in the maintenance and subsequent collapse of Soviet influence in Eastern Europe. He looks at how Marxism-Leninism was used to legitimize Soviet influence in Eastern Europe, to rationalize policy decisions, to communicate Soviet intent and policy desires to East European elites, and to explain change in socialist systems. The author argues that the use of the fundamental principles of Marxism-Leninism to perform various functions ultimately brought about a change in the basic assumptions of the theory itself.

In this timely book, Jonathan Valdez explores the role of ideology in the maintenance and subsequent collapse of Soviet influence in Eastern Europe.

In this timely book, Jonathan Valdez explores the role of ideology in the maintenance and subsequent collapse of Soviet influence in Eastern Europe. He looks at how Marxism-Leninism was used to legitimize Soviet influence in Eastern Europe, to rationalize policy decisions, to communicate Soviet intent and policy desires to East European elites, and to explain change in socialist systems. The author argues that the use of the fundamental principles of Marxism- Leninism to perform various functions ultimately brought about a change in the basic assumptions of the theory itself.

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Cambridge Russian, Soviet and Post-Soviet Studies (58). Collections: Show more. This book seeks to understand the evolution of Soviet policy towards the countries of South Asia, the regional constraints and policy opportunities which influenced the policy process in Moscow, and the relationship between Soviet perceptions and policy objectives. The author divides Soviet foreign policy into three aspects: a perceptual aspect in which assessment of the regional and international environment occurs; a formulative aspect in which aims and strategies are developed; and an implementation aspect.

He looks at how Marxism-Leninism was used to legitimise Soviet influence in Eastern Europe, to rationalise policy decisions, to communicate Soviet intent and policy desires to East European elites, and to explain change in socialist systems.

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Jonathan Valdez explores the role of ideology in the maintenance and subsequent collapse of Soviet influence in Eastern Europe. Jonathan Valdez explores the role of ideology in the maintenance and subsequent collapse of Soviet influence in Eastern Europe. Cambridge Russian, Soviet and Post-Soviet Studies.

Cambridge Russian, Soviet and Post-Soviet Studies

Cambridge Russian, Soviet and Post-Soviet Studies. By (author) Jonathan C. Valdez. Free delivery worldwide. Introduction: the problem of ideology; 1. Ideology and the ideologists; 2. The ideological basis; 3. Contradictions and internationalism in the 1970s: the Eurocommunist challenge; 4. Socialist internationalism, 198: decline of a concept; 5. Socialism redefined; 6. Ideological debates and Eastern Europe.

After the dissolution of the Soviet Union (USSR) in December 1991, about 25 million ethnic Russians in post-Soviet states found themselves living outside the Russian Federation

After the dissolution of the Soviet Union (USSR) in December 1991, about 25 million ethnic Russians in post-Soviet states found themselves living outside the Russian Federation. All former Soviet citizens had a time window within which they could transfer their former Soviet citizenship to Russian citizenship.

The Soviet Union and the Socialist Eastern Europe: Complexities of the . The Afterlife: History Politics and the Soviet Period in the Post-Soviet Space and Beyond.

The Soviet Union and the Socialist Eastern Europe: Complexities of the Interaction and Mutual Influences Class 17 (Seminar). Soviet Internationalism after Stalin Constantin Katsakioris, Burden or Allies?: Third World Students and Internationalist Duty through Soviet Eyes, Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History 18, no. 3 (2017): 539-567. Masha Kirasirova, Sons of Muslims in Moscow: Soviet Central Asian Mediators to the Foreign East, 1955–1962, Ab Imperio, no. 4 (2011): 106-132. 4. Reading List a) Required.

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Описание: The Soviet Union and Eastern Europe are moving away from a centrally planned economy toward integration within the global economy.

Описание: The Soviet Union and Eastern Europe are moving away from a centrally planned economy toward integration within the global economy. Описание: Jonathan Valdez explores the role of ideology in the maintenance and subsequent collapse of Soviet influence in Eastern Europe.

Soviet and Post-Soviet Studies Commons™. Published by Universities. This work was published in 1997 and has been quite influential for Russian political and military leadership. I strive to provide context for the setting in which Foundations of Geopolitics was created through an analysis of the social and political conditions that existed in Russia while the text was being.

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