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Author: Adam Bromke
Publisher: Univ Of Minnesota Press; 1 edition (June 1, 1972)
Language: English
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Bromke, Adam; Rakowska-Harmstone, Teresa, author.

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Wayne State University. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1972. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 27 January 2017.

Tell us if something is incorrect. Through a survey and analysis of recent developments in the communist states and in their relations with one another and with other nations this volume provides a revealing picture of a changing communist world. Throughout the book the twin themes of an aggregation of the Sino-Soviet conflict and the spread of nationalism point to the conclusion that the communist states are now in disarray.

By Adam Bromke and Teresa Rakowska-Harmstone. Poland since 1956, Readings and Essays on Polish Government and Politics. On the Road to Communism, Essays on Soviet Domestic and Foreign Politics. By Tadeusz N. Cieplak. Czechoslovakia, a Short History. The New Politics of Communist China, Modernization Process of a Developing Nation.

Are you sure you want to remove The Communist states in disarray, 1965-1971. from your list? The Communist states in disarray, 1965-1971. Published 1972 by University of Minnesota Press in Minneapolis. Addresses, essays, lectures, Politics and government, Politics, Communist countries.

Adam Bromke is former chairman of the Department of Political Science at Carleton University. Teresa Rakowska-Harmstone is professor emeritus in the Department of Political Science, Carleton University. Her specialty is communist politics and her work includes Russia and Nationalism in Central Asia: The Case of Tadzhikistan.

Minnesota Studies in Early Modern History 3. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2011 BROMKE, Adam, RAKOWSKA-HARMSTONE, Teresa, (éds), The Communist States in Disarray, 1965-1971, Univer. January 1973 · Etudes internationales. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2011. Volume 82 Issue 3 - Scott M. Marr.

com, Google and BookMobile, the new initiative will bring more than 1,000 titles back into print. Official news release about the program. Further media: Publishers Weekly article. Chronicle of Higher Education article. Library Journal article. University of Minnesota Press.

The Communist States in the Era of Detente.

The Communist States in Disarray, 1965–1971 was first published in 1972. Minnesota Archive Editions uses digital technology to make long-unavailable books once again accessible, and are published unaltered from the original University of Minnesota Press editions.

Through a survey and analysis of recent developments in the communist states and in their relations with one another and with other nations this volume provides a revealing picture of a changing communist world. Indeed, as the book makes clear, it is no longer appropriate to think of the communist countries as one world, since a major development during the period covered in this study has been the disintegration of the communist monolith and the reemergence of separate national entities in Eastern Europe.

The sixteen chapters by fifteen contributors provide studies of the individual communist states as well as several chapter-length discussions of general trends and patterns. The contributors also project the likely course of developments for the rest of the 1970s. Throughout the book the twin themes of an aggregation of the Sino-Soviet conflict and the spread of nationalism point to the conclusion that the communist states are now in disarray.

The contents: Patters of Political change, Teresa Rakowska-Harmstone; Polycentrism in Eastern Europe, Adam Bromke; The Sino-Soviet Dispute, John W. Strong; Czechoslovakia, H, Gordon Skilling; East Germany, Melvin Croan; Rumania, Gabriel Fischer; Yugoslavia, John C. Campbell; Albania, Peter R. Prifti; Outer Mongolia, Paul F. Langer; North Korea and North Vietnam, Paul F. Langer; Cuba, C. Ian Lumsden; Patterns of Economic Relations, Philip E. Uren; External Forces in Eastern Europe, Andrew Gyorgy.