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The Resource Socialist countries face the European Community : Soviet-bloc controversies over East-West trade, Suvi Kansikas

Socialist countries face the European Community : Soviet-bloc controversies over East-West trade, Suvi Kansikas

Label
Socialist countries face the European Community : Soviet-bloc controversies over East-West trade
Title
Socialist countries face the European Community
Title remainder
Soviet-bloc controversies over East-West trade
Statement of responsibility
Suvi Kansikas
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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1978-
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Kansikas, Suvi
Dewey number
  • 382.09171704
  • 338.9147
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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Council for Mutual Economic Assistance
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Council for Mutual Economic Assistance
  • East-West trade
  • European Economic Community countries
  • Communist countries
  • Europe
Label
Socialist countries face the European Community : Soviet-bloc controversies over East-West trade, Suvi Kansikas
Instantiates
Publication
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volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
The CMEA faces the European Community : internal manoeuvres and external pressures to open to the world economy -- A new approach to study the relations within the socialist bloc -- Structure of the study -- Europe is divided into two blocs -- The CMEA is established to coordinate trade flows -- West European integration proceeds -- East-West trade expands -- Reform communism and socialist economic integration -- The soviet status-quo policy -- The reformist group -- Romanian policy of autonomy -- Trading with the enemy and its consequences -- The socialist countries promote all-European cooperation -- A frustrated start for CMEA integration -- CMEA integration begins -- Soviet allies dissent -- The comprehensive programme is launched -- The EC's temporary decision on its eastern policy -- Second year of integration -- The majority position is formulated -- Relations with the EC onto the CMEA agenda -- Romania refuses to participate -- The integration programme is finalized -- Compromise programme -- Soviet leaders confront pressure from within -- Polish-Hungarian manoeuvring, Romanian veto -- The Soviet leadership is forced into a compromise -- The USSR takes the lead -- The CMEA in a stalemate -- Brezhnev enforces soviet positions -- Soviet deliberations on a change of tactics -- Brezhnev's first opening : the speech -- Successful tactics or false optimism? -- The CMEA discusses the EC policy -- An extraordinary meeting needed -- Dead end -- Failed Moscow session -- Criticism and new tactics for the CMEA -- The EC formulates its eastern policy -- Another Soviet move -- Analysis of the allies' positions -- Brezhnev's second speech -- The CMEA begins rapprochement hesitantly -- The CMEA takes its positions -- A new action plan and two new tactics -- New labels for old agreements -- Prestige from the agreement with Finland -- A review the CMEA international standing -- First step towards the EC -- Hiatus at the end of the year -- The CMEA concedes to economic realities -- CMEA accepts EC demands -- De facto recognition -- The EC introduces an autonomous policy -- The first official meeting -- Romanian manoeuvring tamed -- CMEA optimism, EC indifference -- Epilogue -- Conclusion
Control code
FIEb17530805
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
1 Edition.
Extent
224 pages
Isbn
9783631648025
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)872138877
Label
Socialist countries face the European Community : Soviet-bloc controversies over East-West trade, Suvi Kansikas
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
The CMEA faces the European Community : internal manoeuvres and external pressures to open to the world economy -- A new approach to study the relations within the socialist bloc -- Structure of the study -- Europe is divided into two blocs -- The CMEA is established to coordinate trade flows -- West European integration proceeds -- East-West trade expands -- Reform communism and socialist economic integration -- The soviet status-quo policy -- The reformist group -- Romanian policy of autonomy -- Trading with the enemy and its consequences -- The socialist countries promote all-European cooperation -- A frustrated start for CMEA integration -- CMEA integration begins -- Soviet allies dissent -- The comprehensive programme is launched -- The EC's temporary decision on its eastern policy -- Second year of integration -- The majority position is formulated -- Relations with the EC onto the CMEA agenda -- Romania refuses to participate -- The integration programme is finalized -- Compromise programme -- Soviet leaders confront pressure from within -- Polish-Hungarian manoeuvring, Romanian veto -- The Soviet leadership is forced into a compromise -- The USSR takes the lead -- The CMEA in a stalemate -- Brezhnev enforces soviet positions -- Soviet deliberations on a change of tactics -- Brezhnev's first opening : the speech -- Successful tactics or false optimism? -- The CMEA discusses the EC policy -- An extraordinary meeting needed -- Dead end -- Failed Moscow session -- Criticism and new tactics for the CMEA -- The EC formulates its eastern policy -- Another Soviet move -- Analysis of the allies' positions -- Brezhnev's second speech -- The CMEA begins rapprochement hesitantly -- The CMEA takes its positions -- A new action plan and two new tactics -- New labels for old agreements -- Prestige from the agreement with Finland -- A review the CMEA international standing -- First step towards the EC -- Hiatus at the end of the year -- The CMEA concedes to economic realities -- CMEA accepts EC demands -- De facto recognition -- The EC introduces an autonomous policy -- The first official meeting -- Romanian manoeuvring tamed -- CMEA optimism, EC indifference -- Epilogue -- Conclusion
Control code
FIEb17530805
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
1 Edition.
Extent
224 pages
Isbn
9783631648025
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)872138877

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