Weapons, Culture, and Self-Interest

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Weapons, Culture, and Self-Interest

Weapons, Culture, and Self-Interest

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Isbn10 0231110790
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Number Of Pages 202
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Physical Dimensions 9 x 5.9 x 0.5 inches
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Publish Date February 9, 1998
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Subjects Armaments industries
International relations
Political science & theory
Revolutions & coups
Warfare & Defence
Political Science
Politics / Current Events
Politics/International Relations
Former Soviet Union, USSR (Europe)
Russia
International Relations - Arms Control
Political Freedom & Security - International Secur
Sociology - Social Theory
Political Science / Political Freedom & Security / General
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Labor & Industrial Relations - General
Attitudes
Case studies
Crisis management
Defense industries
Executives
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Russia (Federation)
Subtitle Soviet Defense Managers in the New Russia
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Weapons, Culture, and Self-Interest
Authors Kimberly Marten Zisk
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Categories Political Science
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Description Mikhail Gorbachev and Zdenek Mlynar were friends for half a century, since they first crossed paths as students in 1950. Although one was a Russian and the other a Czech, they were both ardent supporters of communism and socialism. One took part in laying the groundwork for and carrying out the Prague spring; the other opened a new political era in Soviet world politics. In 1993 they decided that their conversations might be of interest to others and so they began to tape-record them. This book is the product of that "thinking out loud" process. It is an absorbing record of two friends trying to explain to one another their views on the problems and events that determined their destinies. From reminiscences of their starry-eyed university days to reflections on the use of force to "save socialism" to contemplation of the end of the cold war, here is a far more candid picture of Gorbachev than we have ever seen before.
Language en
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Page Count 202
Print Type BOOK
Published Date 1997
Publisher Columbia University Press
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Subtitle Soviet Defense Managers in the New Russia
Title Weapons, Culture, and Self-interest
ISBN_100231110790
ISBN_139780231110792

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