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The Soviet paradox
|LC Classifications||DK288 .B53 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 391 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||391|
|LC Control Number||86040477|
The author of The Soviet Paradox: External Expansion, Internal Decline Seweryn Bialer has a more mixed assessment of Brezhnev's reign. Bialer notes that the era was a time of "lost opportunities", but admits that the economic growth during Brezhnev's first years weakened "the rationale for radical reform". On Stalin’s Team: The Years of Living Dangerously in Soviet Politics will be published by Princeton next year. • To order Stalin: Paradoxes of Power, for £24 (RRP £30) go to Author: Sheila Fitzpatrick.
Three years later, on Novem , the Soviet Union detonated its first hydrogen bomb on the same principle of radiation implosion. Both . Your ability to lead your nation is your supreme weapon, the strategy game Hearts of Iron IV lets you take command of any nation in World War II; the most engaging conflict in world history.
Geoffrey Hosking, one of the world's preeminent scholars of Russian history, provides a unique perspective on the rapid changes the country experienced in the late s. Other books have focused on the political changes that took place under Gorbachev; Hosking's lively analysis illuminates the social, cultural, and historical developments that created the need--and openness--for sweeping. The posts I've written about Soviet economic history, collected in one place. Best enjoyed if you listen to the Soviet anthem -best anthem ever- at the same : Jose Luis Ricon.
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The Soviet paradox book by: A pessimistic analysis of the future of the Soviet Union that juxtaposes the paradox of the economic decay of that country with its recent grabs for external expansion. Bialer (director, Research Institute for International Change/Columbia and previously author of Stalin's Successors) here argues that Russia's main problem is its military growth, which is stunting its economy.
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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(5). Spanning from tothe book views the Soviet Union through six paradoxes.
Stephen Lovell argues that these “paradoxes are not impediments to a true understanding of the Soviet Union; to recognize them, as this book will attempt to show, is a first step towards that understanding”(14)/5(29).
The Soviet Paradox Seweryn Bialer, Author Alfred A. Knopf $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author. OTHER BOOKS. The Global Rivals; Buy this book In this scholarly. Read this book on Questia. Soviet Union: Paradox and Change, | Online Research Library: Questia Read the full-text online edition of Soviet Union: Paradox and Change ().
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It is regrettable but probably inevitable that “The Soviet Paradox,” a less flashy but much wiser book by Seweryn Bialer, will not be as widely read, either in Washington or around the country. Professor Bialer has distilled much of his accumulated knowledge and earlier writings into a book that should serve both the general reader and the specialist well.
The process of distillation might have been carried further to reduce bulk and repetition, but the facts are there, the opinions are shrewd and well argued (though not beyond dispute), and occasional anecdotes and personal touches Author: William G.
Hyland. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bialer, Seweryn. Soviet paradox. New York: Vintage Books,© (OCoLC) Document Type: Book. A grave lesson of this book is that possessing a huge nuclear stockpile creates a diabolical paradox: Adding to that stockpile might not deter an enemy state from starting a nuclear war; it could.
OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages: illustrations ; 22 cm: Contents: Soviet politics, old and new / John E. Turner --The Soviet city / John R. Borchert --Soviet economic growth / Francis M. Boddy --The farm problem à la Russe / Philip M. Raup --Soviet science and technology / Victory Cohn and J.W.
Buchta --Soviet education as "training for life" / Robert H. Beck --Soviet. This book is written in this way. Its name rather sets the goal of the whole project. In fact, these are still sketches of Soviet civilization, while the picture of the Soviet system as a civilization, we do very rough strokes, the emerging image is too blurred.
But we must begin. I wrote this book with love for the Soviet system and the Soviet. Geoffrey Roberts, Martin Folly and Oleg Rzheshevsky have recently published Churchill and Stalin: Comrades-in-Arms During the Second World War (Pen & Sword, South Yorkshire: UK, ).
The book offers an overview —based on material, including never before released documents, from the Russian archives — of the relationship between the two leaders in the period surrounding the Grand.
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(I) The Paradox. I begin with one chart: (This post deals with the post period) So the Soviets were seemingly eating more calories than the Americans right almost until the end of the Soviet Union.
Given that some people thought of the Soviet Union as a place stricken with famines and widespread queuing, this may look : Jose Luis Ricon. Bialer, Seweryn THE SOVIET PARADOX External Expansion, Internal Decline 1st Edition 1st Printing Hardcover New York Alfred A.
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Seweryn Bialer in An official in Communist Poland, he grew disillusioned with the system, fled to the United States and became a respected scholar of the Soviet Union.Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Soviet Paradox The External Expansion Internal Decline by Seweryn Bialer at the best online prices at eBay!
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Students of Soviet politics and history will find a great deal of value in this impressive volume.”—Brian D. Taylor, Journal of Cold War.