Soviet-Yugoslav Relations in the Context of the Situation in the Central-Eastern and Southern-Astern Europe in the 1920s.
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Soviet-Yugoslav Relations in the Context of the Situation in the Central-Eastern and Southern-Astern Europe in the 1920s.
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S207987840005991-9-1
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10.18254/S207987840005991-9
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Sergey Romanenko 
Affiliation: Russian State University for the Humanities
Address: Russian Federation, Moscow
Abstract

The article is devoted to the first stage in the development of relations between Soviet Russia / USSR and the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes in the context of changes in the region of Central-Eastern and Southeastern Europe. On the basis of Soviet, Yugoslav and British diplomatic and other sources, the author analyzes attempts to establish diplomatic relations between the USSR and the KSHS in the 1920s. He shows the duality of the foreign policy of the USSR, which emanated both from the practical necessity of normalizing the country's relations with the outside world, including with close and distant Slavic neighbors, and from the political and ideological concept of the world revolution idea. Despite the rejection of this idea in the late 20s, Soviet-Yugoslav relations were established only in 1940 in a fundamentally different international situation.

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USSR, Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, international relations, foreign policy, the Communist International, Slavic idea, diplomatic recognition, Georgy Chicherin, Maxim Litvinov, the Karađorđević, Momčilo Ninčić
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20.01.2019
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15.08.2019
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