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Author: B (ed) Meissner
Publisher: University of Notre Dame Press (1972)
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Translated by Donald P. Kommers. International Studies of the Committee on International Relations. Notre Dame and London: University of Notre Dame Press, 1972
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Meissner, Boris (e. Social Change in the Soviet Union. spectrum of social change in tsarist Russia and the contemporary Soviet Union. University of Notre Dame Press, Notre Dame and London, 1972. The book is divided into seven parts: the study of Soviet foreign policy, domestic politics and formation of foreign policy, the relationship between. ideology and foreign policy, the origins of the Cold War, co-existence and the Cold War, the third world, and a final chapter of one article entitled.
The Soviet Union’s Acquisition of Western Technology after Stalin: Some . This book presents a comprehensive reassessment of Europe in the Cold War period, 1945-91.
The Soviet Union’s Acquisition of Western Technology after Stalin: Some Thoughts on People and Connections. Sosiologia ja Venäjä (Helsinki, Hanki ja jää). Each of them is developing in conformity with its own social and economic laws. Contrary to popular belief, it shows that relations between East and West were based not only on confrontation and mutual distrust, but also on collaboration.
Home Browse Books Book details, Reinventing the Soviet Self: Media and Social. This work is a study of the role of mass media in political change, specifically the recent changes in the Soviet Union. Reinventing the Soviet Self: Media and Social Change in the Former Soviet Union. The output of publications by the USSR to various constituents is analyzed for content and direction. The use of the media to define the new Russia is shown. Those involved in Russian studies, media studies, international studies, and similar fields should be interested in this work.
Boris Meissner (August 10, 1915 Pskov, Russian Empire - September 10, 2003 Cologne, Germany) was a German lawyer and social scientist, specializing in Soviet studies, international law and Eastern European history and politics, the author of concept.
Boris Meissner (August 10, 1915 Pskov, Russian Empire - September 10, 2003 Cologne, Germany) was a German lawyer and social scientist, specializing in Soviet studies, international law and Eastern European history and politics, the author of concept of Baltic states' occupation in 1940 (published in 1954). Meissner was the son of Artur Meissner, a judge of Baltic German extraction, and spent his childhood in Pärnu, Estonia.
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Meissner, B. Great Britain and Ghana: Documents ofGhana History. 1807-1957 (London: Thomas Nelson and Sons, 1964). Meyer, . 'Communist Revolution and Cultural Change', Studies in. Comparative Communism, vol. 5 (1972). Middleton, N. and Weitzman, . A Place for Everyone: A History of. State Education from the Eighteenth Century to the 1970s (London: Victor Gollanz Lt. 1976).