ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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Sino-Soviet Confrontation-Repercussions on Soviet Foreign Policy

January 3, 1970 50 per cent of the investment from their own funds. While 10 farmers borrowed the major part of the investment from 'other sources', nine of them borrowed from the 'co-operative land development bank'. Of the nine, eight borrowed more than 50 per cent SOVIET Russia today is perhaps the most expanding power on earth. At the same time, in all the places where Soviet power has reached out, it is under tension for retaining its control. What the United States had undertaken under Dulles, Soviet Russia is now undertaking under Brezhnev

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