new Soviet political landscape implications for economic aid policy by Arnold Lawrence Horelick

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  • Economic assistance -- Soviet Union,
  • Soviet Union -- Politics and government -- 1985-1991

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StatementArnold L. Horelick
SeriesOccasional paper -- OPS-23, Occasional paper (Rand/UCLA Center for Soviet Studies) -- OPS-023
ContributionsRand/UCLA Center for Soviet Studies
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Open LibraryOL18116260M

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