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Gorbachev's Eurasian Strategy: The Dangers of Success and Failure

@inproceedings{Santis1989GorbachevsES,
  title={Gorbachev's Eurasian Strategy: The Dangers of Success and Failure},
  author={Hugh de Santis and R. Manning},
  year={1989}
}
Abstract : 'There is great disorder under heaven, and the situation is excellent,' goes the Chinese version of dialectic. Four years and countless surprises after his ascendance to power, there is now little doubt that Mikhail Gorbachev aims to modernize Soviet society and to de-ideologize Moscow's foreign relations. Clearly, the world has been dazzled by the brutal candor with the Soviets have exposed the systemic crisis of communism and the stunning scope and pace of Gorbachev's 'new thinking… Expand
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