Soviet Negotiators and the Problem of German Assets in the Austrian State Treaty
history, foreign policy, Soviet negotiators, Germany, Cold War, Austria State Treaty
European History | History | International Relations | Political Science | Soviet and Post-Soviet Studies
The major purpose of this paper will be to present a study of Soviet Russian techniques of negotiation during the period immediately following the Second World War. This study will be conducted in the general framework of the Austrian State Treaty negotiations using the specific example of the problem of German assets.
It is the feeling of the author that such a study using a specialized framework will give insight to Soviet techniques and at the same time allow the exploration of a specific historical problem.
Mann, T. R. (1963). Soviet Negotiators and the Problem of German Assets in the Austrian State Treaty (Undergraduate honors thesis, University of Redlands). Retrieved from https://inspire.redlands.edu/cas_honors/918