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The Soviet Concept of 'limited Sovereignty' from Lenin to Gorbachev
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Introduction - The Genealogy of the Soviet Conception of Sovereignty - Sovereignty and Stalin's Policy Towards Eastern Europe - Early Post-War Soviet Theories of Socialist International Relations - Marxist-Leninist Doctrine and the Soviet Theory of Sovereignty - The Ideological Dimension - Challenges to Soviet Regional Hegemony in the 1950s and the Soviet Response - Socialist Internationalism and the Warsaw Pact Intervention in Czechoslovakia - Soviet 'Correlation of Forces' Analysis and Afghanistan - The Soviet Proxy Intervention in Poland - Superpower Doctrines of Intervention: Comparisons and Contrasts - Challenges to Soviet Doctrines of Sovereignty in the 1980s - Conclusion - Footnotes - Bibliography - Index

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