• W. H. Parker


This chapter will present a brief discussion of the superpowers’ future prospects. These will depend on the successful solution of their economic and social problems, on the development of their mutual relationship, and on the evolution of their relationship with other powers, particularly China.


Armed Conflict Proven Reserve Soviet Economy Soviet Society Military Policy 
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