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A file containing documents concerning Soviet foreign policy. Subjects covered in the file include American government thinking on issues in Soviet policy, including Albanian-Chinese criticism of the Cuban crisis as a "Soviet Munich"; the position of Nikita Khrushchev, the Soviet leader, following the crisis; the Soviet attitude towards West European integration; and Soviet economic policy, including the use of aid as a foreign policy tool. Other issues discussed include speeches given by Khrushchev and Aleksei Kosygin, the Soviet deputy leader, commemorating the October Revolution and covering subjects including Cuba, Berlin, the Sino-Soviet dispute, disarmament, summitry, defence policy, economic policy, the COMECON and the European Common Market. Documents in the file include minutes discussing the revision of an Imperial Defence College paper on Soviet strategies, tactics, and motivations; and a report from the British embassy in Moscow on an article published about the Soviet interpretation of the Cuban crisis.
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