Soviet policy towards the countries of Asia, Africa and Latin
America has undergone substantial expansion and change during the
three decades since Khrushchev first initiated efforts to break out
of the international isolation in which the USSR still found itself
in the immediate post-Stalin years. Over the course of the past
thrity years the Soviet Union has expanded significantly both the
geographical range of its involvement with developing countries,
and the intensity of its political, military and economic
activities. Moreover the USSR has increasingly acted in consort
with 'allies' such as Cuba and the countries of Eastern Europe. The
studies in this volume, first published in 1988, examine various
aspects of Soviet and East European policy towards the Third World.
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