How did we study the Soviet Union before, and in what ways must we adjust our approaches and habits to take account of new opportunities and pitfalls? How do current developments in the USSRas successor states alter or deepen our understanding of the Soviet experience? These questions are explored here in thorough examinations of specific problems that arose during the authorsa recent research and writing as well as in the emergence and evolution of the field of Soviet studies and in the development of the Soviet social and political institutions themselves.These stimulating essays, written by some of the fielda#39;s finest historian and political scientists, invite discussion and reflection on matters of theory and practice in view of the USSRa#39;s demise.
|Title||:||Reexamining the Soviet Experience|
|Author||:||David Holloway, Norman M. Naimark, Alexander Dallin|