Britain, the Soviet Union and Russia by Curtis Keeble

Britain, the Soviet Union and Russia by Curtis Keeble

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From the response to the 1917 Revolution, through military intervention in the civil war, alliance in World War II, and forty years of nuclear confrontation, to the final collapse of the Soviet empire, British Governments have struggled to find a satisfactory basis for relations with the Soviet state. A former British Ambassador to Moscow analyzes the course of that unique relationship, sets it against the background of relations with imperial Russia, and examines the prospects for the years ahead.