SOVIET RUSSIA'S FOREIGN POLICY by David J. Dallin

SOVIET RUSSIA'S FOREIGN POLICY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is a substantial inquiry into Russia's part in international relations, interpreted in the light of unofficial and indirect information, analyzing diplomatic reports and notes, official documents, speeches and discussions of various political leaders, and the daily press of Soviet Russia, America and Europe. The two year examination is detailed, and the various ""zig zag"" moves resulting from the underlying principles of Soviet Russia's foreign policy are discussed at length. Here in negotiations, trade agreements, pacts, treaties, is the basic theory of isolation, and the progressive steps, leading to present day stand against Germany, of diplomatic relations with England, Poland, the Balkans, Germany, United States, Japan, throw light on the hidden course of expediency. A thoroughgoing scrutiny for serious perusal.

Pub Date: Nov. 24th, 1942
Publisher: Yale