Conceptualizing change in Soviet national security, George E.Hudson-- military crisis and social change in Russian and Soviet history, Steven Merritt Miner-- the Soviet debate over "new thinking" and the restructuring of US-Soviet relations, Philip D.Stewart and Margaret G.Hermann-- the Soviet economy - growth, decay, and reform, John E.Tedstrom-- modernization and the military-civil competition for resources - Gorbachev's dilemma, Hans Heymann, Jr-- technology of Soviet national security, Richard W.Judy-- domestic politics and Gorbachev's security policy, William J.Bishop-- institutional change and Soviet national security policy, Jan S.Adams-- Gorbachev's concept of reasonable sufficiency in national defence, Mary C.FitzGerald-- changes in Soviet national security policy toward Western Europe under Gorbachev, Robert W.Clawson-- changes in Soviet security policy towards Eastern Europe and the Warsaw Pact, Robin Alison Remington-- changing Soviet national security policy in relations with the Third World, Roger E.Kanet-- arms control in Soviet national security policy under Gorbachev, Robert L.Arnett-- toward an explanation of change in Soviet national security policy and implications for the United States, George E.Hudson.
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This collection provides a "state-of-the-art" assessment of the key components of Soviet national security policy and how that policy has changed and is changing under Gorbachev. Individual chapters examine specific causes and implications for the future of Soviet and US policymakers. (source: Nielsen Book Data)