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The Role of the Ogres

  • G. Adler-Karlsson
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Abstract

Based on an analysis showing the poor prospects of economic growth in the Soviet Union, a NATO publication in 1974 concludes

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  1. 1).
    K. Bush, “Soviet Economic Growth: Past, Present, and Projected.” NATO Review, No. 1, 1974, p. 25. For asimilar estimate, demonstrating NATO’s continuous interest in weakening the influence of the “Soviet model” in the Third World, see also NATO Review, July-August 1971, p. 17.Google Scholar
  2. 2).
    For a general survey of Western multinationals in the East, see Ch. Levinson, International Trade Unionism. Allen & Unwin, London, 1972, ch. 5.Google Scholar
  3. 3).
    International Herald Tribune, February 14, 1973.Google Scholar
  4. 4).
    Financial Times, March 21, 1973. On July 7, 1975 the Soviet Vneschtorgbank informed the readers of the Western financial press that it had borrowed 250 million dollars with the help of, among others, the Morgan Guaranty Trust, the biggest of all the Western multi national banks.Google Scholar
  5. 5).
    Business Week, January 20, 1973, p. 39.Google Scholar
  6. 5a).
    J. Herling, The Great Price Conspiracy. R.B. Luce, Inc., Washington 1962.Google Scholar
  7. 6).
    Business Week, January 20, 1973, p. 39.Google Scholar
  8. 7).
    Radio Free Europe East-West/6, April 12, 1973.Google Scholar
  9. 8).
    Radio Free Europe East-West/3, March 5, 1973.Google Scholar
  10. 9).
    U.S. News & World Report, July 23, 1973.Google Scholar
  11. 10).
    Radio Free Europe East-West/2, Feburary 26, 1973.Google Scholar
  12. 11).
    Radio Free Europe East-West/4, March 12, 1973.Google Scholar
  13. 12).
    international Herald Tribune, September 22-23, 1973.Google Scholar
  14. 13).
    Fortune, November 1973, p. 179; Radio Free Europe East-West/4, March 12, 1973.Google Scholar
  15. 14).
    International Herald Tribune, June 23, 1973; International Herald Tribune, June 15,1973; U.S. News & World Report, July 16,1973.Google Scholar
  16. 15).
    Radio Free Europe East-West/3, March 5, 1973; International Herald Tribune, September 12, 1973.Google Scholar
  17. 16).
    Novosti, Stockholm, June 13, 1973.Google Scholar
  18. 17).
    U.S. News & World Report, July 16, 1973.Google Scholar
  19. 18).
    Novosti, June 7, 1973.Google Scholar
  20. 19).
    International Herald Tribune, August 24, 1973.Google Scholar
  21. 20).
    Business Week, April 7, 1973, p. 38.Google Scholar
  22. 21).
    Radio Free Europe East-West/2 and 4, February 26 and March 12, 1973.Google Scholar
  23. 22).
    U.S. News & World Report, February 25, 1974.Google Scholar
  24. 23).
    Radio Free Europe, Romania, March 15, 1973.Google Scholar
  25. 24).
    Degens Nyheter, June 6, 1974.Google Scholar
  26. 25).
    International Herald Tribune, July 26, 1973; Financial Times, March 20, 1974.Google Scholar
  27. 26).
    Radio Free Europe Eastern Europe/7, April 13, 1973.Google Scholar
  28. 27).
    K. Molte, “Vom Supergeschäft Ost-West zur ‘transideologischen Gesellschaft‘?”, Neue Politik, 1973, p.43.Google Scholar
  29. 28).
    International Herald Tribune, September 3, 1973. In fact, Pepsi-Cola and Coca-Cola already have some 25 plants in Eastern Europe (Moscow Narodny Bank, Press Bulletin, March 20, 1974).Google Scholar

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