Continuity and Change in Soviet-East European Relations. Implications for the West

Product of a conference on "Soviet-East European Relations: Implications for the West", organised in Rome on 16-17 December 1985 by the UCLA Center for International and Strategic Affairs (CISA) and the Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI).

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Boulder, Westview Press, February 1989, viii, 235 p. (Studies in International and Strategic Affairs Series)
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ISBN/ISSN/DOI: 
0-8133-7526-6 ; 978-0-8133-7526-7
Publication date: 
15/02/1989

Preface, p. vii
List of the Contributors, p. viii
1. Introduction, William C. Potter, p. 1-4
2. Soviet-East European Relations in the 1980s: Continuity and Change, Andrzej Korbonski, p. 5-26
3. Trends in Soviet and East European Westpolitik and the German Question, Wolfgang Pfeiler, p. 27-53
4. Recent Changes in the Policy of the German Democratic Republic Towards the Federal Republic of Germany, Eberhard Schulz, p. 55-74
5. Soviet Economic Policy Towards Eastern Europe, Keith Crane, p. 75-133
6. Western Interests in and Leverage on the Soviet and East European Economies, Donato Di Gaetano, p. 135-152
7. The Warsaw Pact at Thirty: Soviet and East European Successes and Failures, Marco Camovale, p. 153-174
8. Soviet-East European Cooperation in the Field of Military Aid Towards the Third World, Joachim Krause, p. 175-189
9. Some Aspects of Comecon's Closed-Door Policy: Dead-End for LDCs Committed to a "Socialist Orientation," Wolfgang W. Berner, p. 191-215
10. Continuity and Change in Soviet-East European Relations: Recent Trends and Implications for the West, Marco Camovale, p. 217-235

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