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The Demise of the Soviet Union

Analysing the Collapse of a State



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The Demise of the Soviet Union by Jan Hallenberg
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This title was first published in 2002: Designed as a research text for academics in higher education and interested practitioners, this volume weaves together an original strand of international relations theory with key empirical case studies of the United States, United Kingdom, France and Sweden, and their attitudes towards the Soviet Union. Original in nature and composition, the book deals with aspects of predictability in foreign policy and gauges the level of impact that international events have on domestic levels of awareness. The hypothesis and the typology are solid, giving the book its strong analytical structure. In sum, this book is cutting edge. It will be of great use as a research text to those studying the countries of Western Europe, and also those with an interest in Russia and the Soviet Union. Given its strong theoretical content and its choices of case study, this cross-disciplinary text is also suitable for area studies in general.

Author Biography

Jan Hallenberg, Dr, Associate Professor of Political Science, Director of Studies, Department of Strategic Studies, Swedish National Defence College, Sweden Education - Master of Economics and Business Administration, 1971, Gothenburg School of Economics and Business Administration - Political Science, 1972-1975, Department of Political Science, Stockholm University - Visiting Fellow, 1980-1981, Center of International Studies, Princeton University - Ph.D., 1985, Stockholm University - Visiting Fellow, 1987-1988, Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard University - Visiting Scholar - Overseas Americanists, Autumn 1992, Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California - Berkeley; - Guest Researcher, Institute for Security Studies, Western European Union, Paris, February - March 2000
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December 21st, 2017
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
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