By theme

I.

THE SOVIET COMMUNIST PARTY (CPSU)
AND THE SOVIET UNION

1. The politics and ideology of the CPSU

1.1 Ideology and Propaganda

1.2 The Media: newspapers, radio, TV

1.3 Cultural events, science, the economy

1.4 Internal affairs

2. Terror and Repression in the USSR

2.1 Terror and repression (pre-1975)

2.2 Terror and repression (post-1975)

3. The CPSU and the Suppression of Dissent

3.1 in the 1960s

3.2 in the 1970s

3.3 in the 1980s

3.4 Andrei Sakharov

3.5 Alexander Solzhenitsyn

3.6 The abuse of psychiatry for political purposes

4. Perestroika (1985-1991)

 

II.

THE SOVIET COMMUNIST PARTY (CPSU)
AND THE OUTSIDE WORLD

5. The CPSU and the Communist World

6. The CPSU and the non-Communist World

7. Communist Subversion and Aggression in the World

7.1 In Western Europe and North America

7.2 In the Middle East

7.3 In Africa

7.4 In Central and South America

 8. The CPSU and Peace Propaganda

 9. Some aspects of Soviet foreign policy

9.1 Soviet foreign policy and the USA

9.2 The USSR and Afghanistan (1974-1992)

9.3 The 1980 Olympic Games (1978-1980)

9.4 Poland (1980-1984)

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