Beschloss, Steven
March 1994
New Republic;3/28/94, Vol. 210 Issue 13, p16
Offers a look at the extensive political influence and collaboration of the Soviet Union with Finland's artists, journalists and politicians during the Cold War. Claim that Center Party's Paavo Vayrynen has a role in giving the Soviets onerous deals with the Finnish state industries; Provision of financial support by the Soviet Communist Party to the Finnish Communist Party; Extent of Soviet espionage in Finland; Assessment of the emotional attachment of Finnish citizens to the Soviet Empire.


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