TITLE

The Kremlin's Foreign Policy

AUTHOR(S)
Dean, Vera Micheles
PUB. DATE
November 1941
SOURCE
New Republic;11/17/41, Vol. 105 Issue 20, p644
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Presents a discussion related to the Soviet foreign policy. Analysis of the policy based on Russia's geography, history and economic development; Complication of Russia's problem due her seldom display of talents for organization which would indicate that she could industrialize the country without outside assistance; Handicaps in the Russian history and economy enlisted her in Europe's post-war diplomacy; Suspicion of the Soviet government towards Germany and her allies; Change in the foreign policy of the Soviet Union since Germany became a threat to her security; Reference to the Paris Peace Conference that had set up a bulwark against Germany's eastward drive; Emergence of the Soviet Union as a powerful country after the Soviet-German war.
ACCESSION #
14691385

 

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