On the Threshold of a New Century

July 1988
Problems of Economics;Jul88, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p24
Academic Journal
Focuses on the discussion between Izvestiia political correspondent Alexander Evgen'evich Bovin and professor Vladimir Petrovich Lukin regarding developments in the world economy and in international relations in the twentieth century. Creation of a reformed model of socialism; Changes in the conception of the socialist future; Emergence of power centers in third world countries; Threat of a nuclear conflict.


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