The Soviet Union and Cold War Neutrality and Nonalignment in Europe Hardback
Edited by Mark Kramer, Aryo Makko, Peter Ruggenthaler
Part of the The Harvard Cold War Studies Book Series series
The Soviet Union and Cold War Neutrality and Nonalignment in Europe examines neutral countries in Europe at a time when most contemporaries had little faith in neutrality.
During the split between Western and Eastern blocs, several long-time neutral countries abandoned the policy of neutrality and joined NATO.
Other countries which remained neutral were perceived as a threat to the Soviet Union's sphere of influence.
Based on extensive archival research, this volume offers state-of-the-art research about the relations between Europe's neutral states and the Soviet Union during the Cold War and how these relations were perceived by other powers.