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Author: Peter Van Ham
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan (October 25, 1991)
Language: English
Pages: 280
Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Politics and Government
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Authors: Van Ham, Peter.

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ISBN13: 9781349126125. Release Date: January 1992.

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Western governments have therefore been reluctant to leave East-West trade to the interplay of "free market forces", choosing instead to subject interbloc commerce to use for their national political and strategic ends.

East-West trade and technology transfer have always been linked to the issue of "national security". Western governments have therefore been reluctant to leave East-West trade to the interplay of "free market forces", choosing instead to subject interbloc commerce to use for their national political and strategic ends. Over time, East-West trade has been instrumental to the achievement of a wide range of policy objectives, from "trading the Soviets into civilization" to stimulating an already expected Soviet clampdown. Peter van Ham identifies many different Western doctrine on East-West trade, demonstrating that two basic belief systems underly these doctrines.