The rise and fall of the brezhnev doctrine in soviet foreign policy the new cold war history matthew j ouimet on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers since the sudden collapse of the communist system in eastern europe in 1989 scholars have tried to explain why the soviet union stood by and watched as its empire crumbled the recent release of extensive archival documentation . Adding to a growing body of scholarship focusing on the importance of the 1980 1981 polish crisis on the end of the cold war and attempts to date the brezhnev doctrines demise ouimet argues controversially that the turning point in soviet foreign policy thinking that allowed eastern europe to break away from soviet influence during the . The rise and fall of the brezhnev doctrine in soviet foreign policy is a comprehensive study detailing the collapse of soviet control in eastern europe between 1968 and 1989 focusing especially on the pivotal solidarity uprisings in poland based heavily on firsthand testimony and fresh archival findings it constitutes a fundamental . Rise and fall of the brezhnev doctrine in soviet foreign policy book read reviews from worlds largest community for readers since the sudden collapse
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