Mosely, Philip E.
October 1967
Foreign Affairs;Oct67, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p64
The article examines the nature of the Soviet Union's relationship with Third World countries. The union is facing difficulties in managing its affairs with Third World countries. Soviet policy-makers are confronting dilemmas in their efforts to enlist within Third World allies. One of these dilemmas is the question whether Soviet energies and resources should be devoted to promoting the establishment of communist and supposedly obedient regimes abroad or whether Soviet purposes can be served as well or better through backing nationalist parties and governments. To address these issues, the Soviet Union promotes assistance to undeveloped nations.


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