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By Christoph Bertram (eds.)

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ISBN-13: 9781349052592

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Lincoln Steffens thought that he 'had seen the future, and it works' in Soviet Russia, but sixty years later it looks less and less likely that this is the case. NOTES The distinction is related to, but differs from, what Martin Seliger calls the 'restricted and inc1usive' conceptions of ideology (The Marxist Conception of Ideology: Cambridge, 1977). The former refers to specific political belief systems, the latter to all political doctrines. • For one of Henry Kissinger's major speeches on detente, see his statement, Hearings before the Committee on Foreign Relations, US Relations with Communist Countries, US Senate, 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, 19 September 1974 (Washington, oc: USGPO, 1975).

In spite of great arms expenditures in the United States, the doctrine of 'assured' strategic superiority over the USSR has ended in fiasco ... 3) Changes in the world political configuration. The emergence of about 100 new states after World War II, despite their political differences, has generally weakened the capitalist countries. On basic questions of war and peace many new states have supported the concepts of the socialist countries ... 4) The West has not won the Cold War. It has not achieved the goals of its policy; it has not 'contained Communism', nor reversed the progressive social and political changes in the world ...

Thus, inevitably, it also conditions Soviet attitudes towards foreign policy. To grasp the nature of the evolution of Soviet foreign policy it is not enough just to analyse the changing condition of foreign policy. It is also necessary to be aware of doctrinal evolution in the Soviet Union, of the current state of ideology there (which is a related but distinct problem) and of the specific relation between these, power and other factors. To treat the problem as if it were only one question is to over-simplify it to a point at which fallacious conclusions about foreign policy inevitably follow.

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