Sectors of mutual benefit in U.S.-Soviet relations

edited by Nish Jamgotch, Jr

A distinguished panel of analysts examines particular areas of U.S.-Soviet cooperation: crisis communications, trade, science, agriculture, environment protection, space and medicine. The authors analyze agreements that the United States and the Soviet Union have revolved in their mutual interest, agreements that all too often are overlooked in an atmosphere clouded by hostility and mutual distrust. What, they ask, has been the history of these agreements? Have they succeeded or failed? How might they best be sustained and enlarged? <p>Without minimizing the enormous dangers of ongoing strategic military competition, the contributors attempt to determine which sectors of U.S.-Soviet relations have yielded the most significant mutual benefits. They raise questions about where U.S. policy has gone wrong, where it has been effective, and how safe we are in forecasting the continuation of those cooperative relationships.

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書名 Sectors of mutual benefit in U.S.-Soviet relations
著作者等 Jamgotch, Nish
シリーズ名 Duke Press policy studies
出版元 Duke University Press
刊行年月 1985
ページ数 xx, 254 p.
大きさ 23 cm
ISBN 0822306069
NCID BA00238811
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国

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