Gorbachev's move

Bialer, Seweryn
September 1987
Foreign Policy;Fall87, Issue 68, p59
Discusses the domestic reform policies of Soviet General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev. Prospects for success; Dealing with the Soviet bureaucracy.


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