2 edition of Power and politics in the Soviet Union found in the catalog.
Power and politics in the Soviet Union
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Leo Cooper ; foreword by Philip Hanson.|
|LC Classifications||DK61 .C66 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 160 p.|
|Number of Pages||160|
Energy has become a major element to Russia's attempts, under Putin, to restore its influence over former Soviet territories and reaffirm itself as the dominant regional power. This book investigates how Russia has manipulated the energy of its neighbours on Russian energy supplies to achieve its foreign policy goals, focusing in particular on Cited by: In the s and s, the relationship between the Soviet Union and Mao Zedong's China was weakened by Mao Zedong's belief that, after Stalin's death, Mao's status as the most experienced Marxist ruler should make him the leading socialist.
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The main thrust of this work, however, is in tracing the fragmentation of power since Gorbachev introduced his reforms and examining the changes in the power structure as a result of perestroika.
Power and Politics in the Soviet Union - The Crumbling of an Empire | Leo Cooper | Palgrave Macmillan. Power and Politics in the Soviet Union The Crumbling of an Empire. Authors (view affiliations) Leo Cooper; Book.
Political Power and Soviet Society. Power and politics in the Soviet Union book Leo Cooper. Pages Transformation of Power in the USSR. Leo Cooper. About this book. Introduction.
Energy has become a major element to Russia's attempts, under Putin, to restore its influence over former Soviet territories and reaffirm itself as the dominant regional power. This book investigates how Russia has manipulated the energy of its neighbours on Russian energy supplies to achieve its foreign policy goals, focusing in particular on relations with : Margarita Balmaceda.
David Gilbert Christian is an Anglo-American historian and scholar of Russian history notable for creating and spearheading an interdisciplinary approach known as Big History.
He grew up in Africa and in England, where he earned his B.A. from Oxford University, an M.A. in Russian history from the /5(5). ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages ; 22 cm: Contents: Political power and Soviet society; transformation of power in the USSR; the ruler, the party and the bureaucracy - traditional sources of power in the USSR; the military and the KGB; the government and the parliament; republics and nationalities; Soviet society - people's power.
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Ever since the behavioral revolution reached Communist studies more than 2 decades ago, Western scholarship has tended to ignore the powerful and unwieldy institutional structure of the Soviet government.
Today, suddenly, it is clear that the dramatic political and legislative reforms of the Gorbachev years will remain incomplete as long as the issues of state bureaucratic power.
Synopsis. This work analyzes the nature of power in the USSR and its evolution since the Bolshevik Revolution. The main thrust of the book, however, is in tracing the fragmentation of power since Gorbachev introduced his reforms and examining the changes in the power structure of the former Soviet Union which have occurred as a result of perestroika.
John Anderson explores the shaping of Soviet religious policy from the death of Stalin until the collapse of communism, and considers the problems in this area facing the newly-independent states of the former Soviet Union. The book will be of interest to students and scholars of Soviet and post-Soviet studies, religious history, and the politics of church-state by: Based on new archival evidence and other heretofore unutilized or underutilized sources, this collection of essays examines the power structures, communication channels and mechanisms of decision-making within the Soviet political system.
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In the Soviet Union itself the same decade saw the opening shots fired in a campaign to have power relations within the Soviet and other political systems discussed more realistically and less propagandistically than hitherto in the context of the development of a discipline of political science.
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The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics was well known for its censorship of literature and art. While political expression opposing those in power had been going on since at least the s, during the reign of the tsars, it wasn’t until the Russian Revolution in that a severe crackdown on books, art, and music began.A detailed analysis of Soviet historiography between and and the special tensions placed on the Soviet historian of that period.
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