The Kissinger-Sonnenfeldt Doctrine: III

Burnham, James
June 1976
National Review;6/11/1976, Vol. 28 Issue 21, p611
The article deals with the captive nations resolution which called for the sovereignty and independence of nations where the Soviet government has imposed Communism. The resolution ratified a doctrine which declares that the Soviet hegemony over the East European nations have created an empire which poses a threat to the security of the U.S. and of all the free peoples of the world. Before the ratification of the doctrine the U.S. has even pursued a policy of liberation, including an embargo on strategic exports to Communist nations.


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