Russia's Postwar Aims

Davis, Jerome
September 1944
New Republic;9/4/44, Vol. 111 Issue 10, p276
Focuses on post-World War II policies of the Soviet Union. Desires of the Soviet Union the to have friendly relationships with the Western democracies after the war. Efforts to regain her old territory; Information on the Russian involvement in Rumania; Policy of the Soviet Union towards Iceland; Willingness of the to Soviet Union cooperate in plans for world aviation; Favor of a postwar international organization by the Soviet Union; Criticism of League of Nations by a Soviet authority Enn Malinin as for 15 years it not only ignored the Soviet Union, but displayed definite hostility toward it.


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