Ihere is another danger, emphasizednby Hugh Seton-Watson's concludingnessay. The Soviets are overextended asnan empire; there is unrest in EasternnEurope, Islamic revivalism to theirnsouth, the Chinese confrontation, and anstagnant economy. Further, the Sovietsnknow that it is within the power of thenU.S. to regain strategic superiority if theneffort is . . .
January 1975April 21, 2022By The Archive
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