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Pressure group developments in Soviet politics

Terry Cox

Pressure group developments in Soviet politics

by Terry Cox

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Published by University of Strathclyde, Dept. of Government in Glasgow .
Written in English


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Statementby Terry Cox.
SeriesStrathclyde papers on government and politics -- no.77
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Open LibraryOL20565025M

Table of Contents for Developments in Russian politics 6 / Edited by Stephen White, Zvi Gitelman, and Richard Sakwa, available from the Library of Congress. MODULE - 3 Democracy at Work Political Parties and Pressure Groups SOCIAL SCIENCE Notes zassess the role of pressure/interest group; and zanalyse the impact of political parties on our daily lives. POLITICAL PARTIES: MEANING AND CHARACTERISTICS Why Do File Size: 1MB.

  Answer: By the mid s, NAM had become an economic pressure group and by late s, the NIEO initiative had faded due to stiff competition from developed countries who acted as a united group while non-aligned countries struggled to maintain their unity in face of this opposition. Non-alignment both as an international movement and as a core. During the second half of the s, the nuclear question caused acrimonious debates within the Warsaw Pact (WP). Conventional wisdom has it that the Eastern European alliance was just an “empty shell” or a “Soviet transmission belt,” and can hardly explain such intra-alliance dissent.1 In contrast, this chapter argues that the members of the Warsaw Pact used their alliance as a.

Define pressure group. pressure group synonyms, pressure group pronunciation, pressure group translation, English dictionary definition of pressure group. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a group of people who seek to exert pressure on legislators, public opinion, etc, in order to promote their own ideas or welfare pressure group. India s foreign policy towards the US and USSR during the Cold War era was as given below:(i) It stayed away from the two alliances.(ii) It raised its voice against the newly decolonised countries from becoming part of these alliances.(iii) India favoured active intervention in world affairs to soften Cold War rivalries. It, therefore, tried to reduce the differences between Russia and USA.


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