This volume deals with the nature of the relationship between the countries of Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union and those of the Third World, offering some background to the decline in the Soviet Union's international position, both politically and economically.

chapter 1|7 pages

East-South Relations: An Introduction

ByWilliam W. Hansen

chapter 2|18 pages

The Socialist Countries in the World Economy: The East-South Dimension

ByAndré Gunder Frank

chapter 3|26 pages

The Theory of the Non-Capitalist Road

ByWilliam D. Graf

chapter 4|24 pages

Socialist Transformation and Soviet Foreign Policy in the Gorbachev Era

ByPeter W. Schulze

chapter 8|15 pages

East-South Capital Cooperation: An Unexploited Possibility? *

ByJan Monkiewicz, Grazyna Monkiewicz

chapter 11|15 pages

Romania: Boundary Disintegration between East and South

ByRobin Alison Remington