Developing New Forms of Cooperation in the Era of Détente: Soviet-West German Relations in the End of 1960’s – Beginning of 1970’s
Developing New Forms of Cooperation in the Era of Détente: Soviet-West German Relations in the End of 1960’s – Beginning of 1970’s
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S207987840000989-6-1
DOI
10.18254/S0000989-6-1
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Article
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Published
Abstract
Based on new evidences from Russian, German, French and British archives the article examines difficulties of negotiating process between the USSR and Western Germany in the end of 1960’s — beginning of 1970’s. The article as well shows the story of the Moscow Treaty of August 1970, which became one of the basic cornerstones of the whole détente in Europe and in its turn opened the way for the creation of the wide network of other interagency and private-state agreements that regulated trade, technological, science exchanges personified the phenomenon of “economics of détente”.
Keywords
USSR, FRG, Moscow Treaty, “Ostpolitik”, the Czechoslovak Crisis of 1968, Willi Brandt, Egon Bahr, Leonid Brezhnev, “Gas for Tubes”, OCSE, COMECON, EEC
Received
14.01.2015
Publication date
28.02.2015
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