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Poland, able to pay for half its 1992 oil needs by the exchange for $500 million of
food, pharmaceuticals, and coal products, thus found itself playing second fiddle
to Western oil companies promising hard currencies. And Russia reneged on a ...
Large foreign investors still hesitated to locate in a Poland lacking infrastructure,
tranquility, and a viable consumer market. Foreign commercial bankers railed
that Poland had suspended interest payments on its private debt in 1990; that it ...
... exploration 29; founder of modern Russia 28, 29; Streltsy 28; successors 29
Peter III 30 Petrokov, Nikolai Y., Gorbachev advisor 65, 82 Pipes, Richard,
Harvard Soviet affairs expert 97 Pohl, Karl Otto, Bundesbank president 325
Poland 7, 10, ...
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Quest for freedom: the transformation of Eastern Europe in the 1990sUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Quest for Freedom is a ponderous and diffuse attempt to put the collapse of the Soviet Union and its client states of Eastern Europe into a framework that incorporates the interplay of politics and ... Read full review
Tsar and Soviet
The Success and Failure of the Soviet Economy
HISTORY WITHOUT END
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