demise of the Brezhnev doctrine / Sven G. Holtsmark.

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Institutt for forsvarsstudier , Oslo, Norge
Europe, Eastern -- Foreign relations -- Soviet Union., Soviet Union -- Foreign relations -- Europe, Eastern., Soviet Union -- Foreign relations -- 1945-


Europe, Eastern, Soviet

SeriesForsvarsstudier,, 2/1990, Forsvarsstudier (1987) ;, 1990/2.
ContributionsInstitutt for forsvarsstudier (Norway)
LC ClassificationsDJK45.S65 H65 1990
The Physical Object
Pagination79 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL557148M
LC Control Number96139925

The demise of the Brezhnev doctrine. By Sven G. Holtsmark. Abstract.

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Holtsmark Topics: Sovjetunionen, Øst-Europa, utenrikspolitikk   Sven G. Holtsmark. Jnstitutt for forsvnrsstudicr (1FS} Tollbugt. 10, Oslo I, Norgc Brezhnev Doctrine fron1 March may have been designed to supply this kind of a priori theoretical justification for the even~ tua1ity of a WTO :// Andranik Migranyan, ‘An epitaph to the Brezhnev doctrine ’, Moscow News () no.

34; see also Sven G. Holtsmark, The Demise of the Brezhnev Doctrine (Oslo, Institute for   This statement was called the 'Brezhnev Doctrine' and ment that the Soviet Union would openly intervene militarily if any country under its control tried to push off the communist influence.

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