The Soviets and the 'World Revolutionary Process'.
ARMY WAR COLL CARLISLE BARRACKS PA
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The essay describes how the Soviets view what they consider the progressive and inevitably triumphant force in world history, what they call the world revolutionary process. First, the component parts of the process are catalogued, and then a description is given of the mechanisms the Soviets use in attempting to coordinate and control them. An attempt is made to describe the comparative value the Soviets place on each component of the process and, to some extent, on the various coordinating mechanisms. Finally, opposition to these Soviet coordination attempts on the part of certain components of the process is noted where applicable. The descriptive portion of this paper is mainly taken from Soviet writings on the subject in translation during the 1970-75 period.
- Government and Political Science