Western Historians on the Soviet Role in the Congo Crisis (1960—1964). A Critical Analysis

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EditionVolume 5 Issue 2 (25)
AbstractThe article contains a critical analysis of the debates in Western historiography on the Soviet role in the Congo crisis (1960—1964). Basing his arguments on the archival documents, the author offers his own interpretation of the key events of the crisis.
KeywordsCold War history, the Congo crisis (1960—1964), Soviet foreign policy, Western historiography
Keywords list (other)Cold War history, the Congo crisis (1960—1964), Soviet foreign policy, Western historiography
Publication date28.06.2014
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