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Thomas W. Wolfe • 22 Items / 5 Books, 9 Articles, 8 Reviews
Soviet Power and Europe, 1945-1970 (1970)
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    International Politics, Law and Organization (Review)
    Soviet Power and Europe, 1945-1970, by Thomas W. Wolfe
    1. Soviet Power and Europe, 1945-1970 by Thomas W. Wolfe
    American Political Science Review, September 1971, pp. 884-886
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    Recent Books on International Relations (20 Reviews)
    Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union
    1. Soviet Power and Europe, 1945-1970 by Thomas W. Wolfe
    2. An Empire Loses Hope by Anatole Shub
    3. Political Terror in Communist Systems by Alexander Dallin and George W. Breslauer
    4. Russia and the World by William Hayter
    5. Russia, China, and the West by Isaac Deutscher and Fred Halliday
    6. The Soviet Union and Arms Control by Roman Kolkowicz, Matthew P. Gallagher, and Benjamin S. Lambeth, ...
    7. Soviet Policy Towards India by J.A. Naik
    8. Soviet Policy in West Africa by Robert Legvold
    9. Soviet Relations with Latin America, 1918-1968 by Stephen Clissold
    10. Vlasov by Sven Steenberg
    11. Lenin's Childhood by Isaac Deutscher
    12. Involuntary Journey to Siberia by Andrei Amalrik
    13. The Diary of a Diplomat in Russia, 1917-1918 by Louis de Robien
    14. Karl Radek: The Last Internationalist by Warren Lerner
    15. The Marxian Revolutionary Idea by Robert C. Tucker
    16. Georg Lukacs: The Man, His Work, and His Ideas by G.H.R. Parkinson
    17. Cities of the Soviet Union by Chauncy D. Harris
    18. Croatia: Land, People, and Culture by Francis H. Eterovich and Christopher Spalatin, ...
    19. Czechoslovakia: Intervention and Impact by I. William Zartman
    20. Democracy at Gunpoint: The Greek Front by Andreas G. Papandreou
    Foreign Affairs, January 1971, pp. 366-368