July 1986
FE: The Magazine for Financial Executives;Jul/Aug1986, Vol. 2 Issue 7/8, p40
Trade Publication
The article focuses on international policies of the Soviet Union as viewed by the U.S. Basically, the antagonism remains in the trade policy of the Soviet Union and there is secretiveness, lack of frankness, duplicity, wary suspiciousness and the basic unfriendliness. These characteristics of Soviet policy are basic to the internal nature of Soviet power. When there is something the Russians want from the U.S., one or the other of these features of their policy may be thrust temporarily into the background, and when that happens there will always be Americans who will leap forward with gleeful announcements that the Russians have changed.


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