A Policy Perspective on Dissent and Repression in the Soviet Union

Lynch, Allen
1983

Volume 7, Issue 2. Summer In this commentary, Allen Lynch examines the process of dissent and repression in the Soviet Union from the point of view of American foreign policy. He argues that American human rights policy is doomed to failure as long as it continues to emphasize support for the politically insignificant Soviet dissident intelligentsia. In order to achieve tru... read more

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