Reagan Through Soviet Eyes

@article{Caldwell1983ReaganTS,
  title={Reagan Through Soviet Eyes},
  author={Lawrence T. Caldwell and Robert Legvold},
  journal={Foreign Policy},
  year={1983},
  volume={52},
  pages={3}
}
Mutual and Balanced Force Reduction negotiations to the Strategic Arms Reduction Talks (START)-it is important to take a hard look at the deeper trends in U.S.-Soviet relations. The trends, frankly, are far more discouraging and potentially dangerous than is understood by many American commentators, who know little of the mood in Moscow. And these developments will continue even if Andropov is gone tomorrow. It would be wonderful if the Soviet Union saw the Reagan administration as the… 
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