Mikhail Gorbachev : the origins of perestroika

by Michel Tatu ; translated from the French by A.P.M. Bradley

Both a detailed biography and an analysis of Gorbachev's goals and policies through 1990, this book offers the insights of an insider and political expert. Michel Tatu, a leading western correspondant in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe prior to becoming Foreign Affairs editor for "Le Monde," has based his study on personal acquaintance with the people and political dynamics of the Soviet Union.

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  • IntroductionChildhood, 1931-1950The Young Man (1950-1955)Apparatchik (1955-1978)The Pretender (1978-1985)The General SecretaryGlasnostThe Big Clean-UpThe OppositionPolice and Armed ForcesThe Summit: Personal Power or Collective Leadership?EpilogueNotes

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書名 Mikhail Gorbachev : the origins of perestroika
著作者等 Bradley, A. P. M.
Tatu, Michel
書名別名 Gorbatchev
シリーズ名 East European monographs
出版元 East European Monographs;Distributed by Columbia University Press
刊行年月 1991
ページ数 xi, 155 p.
大きさ 23 cm
ISBN 0880331976
NCID BA13293018
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言語 英語
原文言語 フランス語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国