On the Battlefields of the Cold War: A Soviet Ambassador's

On the Battlefields of the Cold War: A Soviet Ambassador's Confession❴Reading❵ ➷ On the Battlefields of the Cold War: A Soviet Ambassador's Confession Author Victor Israelyan – Varanus.us Memoirs are worthless if their authors attempt to present themselves as angels I resolutely oppose those of my countrymen who shift responsibility for Soviet evils exclusively to the leaders It is imp Memoirs Battlefields of the Cold eBook Ý are worthless if their Battlefields of MOBI ó authors attempt to present themselves as angels I resolutely oppose those of my countrymen who shift responsibility for Soviet evils exclusively to the leaders It is important that each Soviet citizen realize and admit his or her share of the responsibility On the PDF or from On the Battlefields of the Cold War For than forty years Victor Israelyan served in the Soviet Ministry of Foreign Affairs, rising through the ranks to become one of the Soviet Union s leading diplomats specializing in disarmament negotiations He was forced to retire in , the Battlefields of PDF/EPUB ê a casualty of a system that was about to collapse under the weight of its contradictions On the Battlefields of the Cold War offers unique insight into the volatile inner workings of the Soviet Foreign Ministry, where the battle lines of the Cold War were often first drawnIsraelyan has no patience for those of his compatriots who argue that Soviet foreign policy was ultimately just, save for a few aberrations such as the invasions of Hungary, Czechoslovakia, and Afghanistan These acts were intrinsic to the system, and without them the mighty Soviet Union would not have existed as long as it did The very foundation of Soviet foreign policy, therefore, was untenable, and the entire structure it supported was destined to implodeIsraelyan brings to this memoir a wealth of experience, having worked with all the postwar Soviet foreign ministers from Molotov and Vyshinsky to Gromyko and Shevardnadze and established diplomatic ties to the West, particularly to the United States As part of the middle tier of the diplomatic hierarchy, he was privy both to meetings of the Collegium of the Foreign Ministry as well as to the many informal, private discussions among rank and file diplomats Israelyan explains how he and his colleagues, as faithful defenders of Soviet ideology, viewed the United States, the Soviet Union s main adversary and partner He tells of distinct factions within the Soviet foreign policy apparatus factions that Soviet leaders sought to hide, fearing that any internal divisions might be interpreted by outsiders as discord This aging Cold Warrior one who accepts that he belonged to the party that lost the war relates a deeply human story whose legacy continues today.

On the Battlefields of the Cold War: A Soviet Ambassador's
    Have Kindle books Soviet Union s leading diplomats specializing in disarmament negotiations He was forced to retire in , the Battlefields of PDF/EPUB ê a casualty of a system that was about to collapse under the weight of its contradictions On the Battlefields of the Cold War offers unique insight into the volatile inner workings of the Soviet Foreign Ministry, where the battle lines of the Cold War were often first drawnIsraelyan has no patience for those of his compatriots who argue that Soviet foreign policy was ultimately just, save for a few aberrations such as the invasions of Hungary, Czechoslovakia, and Afghanistan These acts were intrinsic to the system, and without them the mighty Soviet Union would not have existed as long as it did The very foundation of Soviet foreign policy, therefore, was untenable, and the entire structure it supported was destined to implodeIsraelyan brings to this memoir a wealth of experience, having worked with all the postwar Soviet foreign ministers from Molotov and Vyshinsky to Gromyko and Shevardnadze and established diplomatic ties to the West, particularly to the United States As part of the middle tier of the diplomatic hierarchy, he was privy both to meetings of the Collegium of the Foreign Ministry as well as to the many informal, private discussions among rank and file diplomats Israelyan explains how he and his colleagues, as faithful defenders of Soviet ideology, viewed the United States, the Soviet Union s main adversary and partner He tells of distinct factions within the Soviet foreign policy apparatus factions that Soviet leaders sought to hide, fearing that any internal divisions might be interpreted by outsiders as discord This aging Cold Warrior one who accepts that he belonged to the party that lost the war relates a deeply human story whose legacy continues today."/>
  • Paperback
  • 432 pages
  • On the Battlefields of the Cold War: A Soviet Ambassador's Confession
  • Victor Israelyan
  • English
  • 13 September 2019
  • 0271058471

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    Have Kindle books Soviet Union s leading diplomats specializing in disarmament negotiations He was forced to retire in , the Battlefields of PDF/EPUB ê a casualty of a system that was about to collapse under the weight of its contradictions On the Battlefields of the Cold War offers unique insight into the volatile inner workings of the Soviet Foreign Ministry, where the battle lines of the Cold War were often first drawnIsraelyan has no patience for those of his compatriots who argue that Soviet foreign policy was ultimately just, save for a few aberrations such as the invasions of Hungary, Czechoslovakia, and Afghanistan These acts were intrinsic to the system, and without them the mighty Soviet Union would not have existed as long as it did The very foundation of Soviet foreign policy, therefore, was untenable, and the entire structure it supported was destined to implodeIsraelyan brings to this memoir a wealth of experience, having worked with all the postwar Soviet foreign ministers from Molotov and Vyshinsky to Gromyko and Shevardnadze and established diplomatic ties to the West, particularly to the United States As part of the middle tier of the diplomatic hierarchy, he was privy both to meetings of the Collegium of the Foreign Ministry as well as to the many informal, private discussions among rank and file diplomats Israelyan explains how he and his colleagues, as faithful defenders of Soviet ideology, viewed the United States, the Soviet Union s main adversary and partner He tells of distinct factions within the Soviet foreign policy apparatus factions that Soviet leaders sought to hide, fearing that any internal divisions might be interpreted by outsiders as discord This aging Cold Warrior one who accepts that he belonged to the party that lost the war relates a deeply human story whose legacy continues today."/>

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