Corvalán for Bukovsky: a real exchange of prisoners during an imaginary war. The Chilean dictatorship, the Soviet Union, and US mediation, 1973–1976

  title={Corval{\'a}n for Bukovsky: a real exchange of prisoners during an imaginary war. The Chilean dictatorship, the Soviet Union, and US mediation, 1973–1976},
  author={Olga A. Ulianova},
  journal={Cold War History},
  pages={315 - 336}
Based on Chilean, Soviet, American, and Italian declassified documents, this article examines a particular case in the global Cold War: the only international exchange of political prisoners during that period, involving the general secretary of the Chilean Communist Party Luis Corvalán and Soviet dissident Vladimir Bukovsky. It emphasises the intersecting agendas, purposes, and consequences of multiple state and non-state actors in this episode: from the governments of Chile, the US, and the… Expand
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Решение Политбюро ЦК~24/25 от 29.08.76 по принятому ранее Секретариатом постановлению~22/15 от 24.08.76, TsJSD, Opis 89
    Утверждены условия передачи. TsJSD, opis 89 [On activities related to Luis Corvalan Liberation. Resolution of Politburo CC N838/46