Reexamining the Soviet Experience: Essays in Honor of Alexander Dallin

Reexamining the Soviet Experience contains 11 essays addressing historiographical and political theory and practice in view of the USSR's demise. Contributors address such matters as the psychological dimensions of the U.S.-Soviet conflict; E. H. Carr and the politics of Soviet Studies in Britain; revision and retreat in the historiography of 1917; and how Mikail Gorbachev sold his concessionary foreign policy. One chapter, titled "Bohr, Beria and the Question of Atomic Intelligence," is authored by David Holloway.