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|Statement||[by] Marshall I. Goldman.|
|Series||A Spectrum book|
|LC Classifications||HC335 .G565|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 176 p.|
|Number of Pages||176|
|LC Control Number||68014467|
Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. The Soviet economy: myth and reality in SearchWorks catalog Skip to search Skip to main content. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Goldman, Marshall I. Soviet economy: myth and reality. Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall  (OCoLC) Yeltsin's Russia: Myths and Reality, by Lilia Shevtsova Book Summary This book is a current and comprehensive account of the achievements—and failures—of Boris Yeltsin’s Russia, from the collapse of the Soviet Union in to the economic and political crises of – The author is a senior associate at the Carnegie. There is no way, it is suggested, that the economy could ever recover on its own from the combined economic, financial and energy crisis that hit it in the s . And indeed, though it remains difficult to quantify the damage done by the collapse of the Soviet Union, we know that the DPRK was then suddenly confronted with the loss of.
impossible to regain the former influence in the post-soviet space. Bipolar world, in which Russia and the USA were super-states, became unipolar. To restore its influence in the post-soviet space, Russia supported the separatist forces in separate republics and especially in the geopolitical and geo-economic . The Myth and Reality of German Warfare: Operational Thinking from Moltke the Elder to Heusinger is indispensable reading for any student of the topic."―Parameters "Gross's command of the literature, both in English and German, shines through his analysis/5(7). strong regionalism in Uzbekistan is largely a myth. The origins of this myth trace to the dubious, populistic, and demonstrably false information on Uzbekistan presented by Soviet authorities in the mids. Older readers may remember the “cotton scandal” during these years, in which hundreds of Uzbek officials were purged followingFile Size: 2MB. Overview. In the book, Kershaw explores a concept he calls the "Hitler Myth" that describes two key points in Nazi ideology that depict Adolf Hitler as a demagogue figure and as a mighty defender. In the demagogue aspect Hitler is presented as a figure that embodies and shapes the German people, giving him a mandate to : Ian Kershaw.
C Inside the KGB: Myth and Reality. Vladimir Kuzichkin. Pantheon, $ There is certainly no lack of books about the KGB in the West. John Barron, Stanislav Levchenko, Oleg Gordievsky, and scores of other experts on Soviet espionage have contributed immensely to the understanding of what is going on in the huge building dominating Dzerzhinsky Square in Moscow. Ghemawat is the author of several books on globalization, including “World ” and most recently “The Laws of Globalization and Business Applications.” Globalization: Myth and Reality. Reality: In the s, as presidential scholar Kiron Skinner has written, Reagan formulated four key ideas about U.S.–Soviet relations and the Cold War. One, discussion of Soviet expansionism. The Special Relationship between Great Britain and the USA - Myth or Reality? - MA Internationale Beziehungen Jan Fichtner - Intermediate Examination Paper - Politics - International Politics - Topic: Miscellaneous - Publish your bachelor's or master's thesis, dissertation, term paper or essay/5(27).