Norway and the Bear: Soviet Coercive Diplomacy and Norwegian Security Policy

  title={Norway and the Bear: Soviet Coercive Diplomacy and Norwegian Security Policy},
  author={Robert K. German},
  journal={International Security},
  pages={55 - 82}
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Sjaastad , ” Norsk nordpolitikk og alliert stotte ” [ Norwegian Nordpolitik and Allied support ] , lnternasjonal politikk ,
  • 1978
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