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Item Title: Afghan Sand in the Soviet Cogs
Speaker: Arnold, Anthony
Date Created: May 02, 1980
Description: In describing the history of Soviet-Afghan relations, Arnold outlines the failure of the USSR to achieve its goals in Afghanistan.

He details the costs of Soviet military, political and economic penetration, as well as the decline and erosion of Soviet influence in the country's history.

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Description: In describing the history of Soviet-Afghan relations, Arnold outlines the failure of the USSR to achieve its goals in Afghanistan. He details the costs of Soviet military, political and economic penetration, as well as the decline and erosion of Soviet influence in the country's history.

Audible defects at 20:50 and 23:13 are heard on the source tape. These were not introduced during the digitization process.

Description (cont'd):

Audible defects at 20:50 and 23:13 are heard on the source tape. These were not introduced during the digitization process.
Theme(s): Diplomacy , Recently Added
Subject(s): Foreign relations ; Soviet occupation, 1979-1989 ; Soviet Union ; Afghanistan ; Politics and government
Language(s): English
Country of Origin: United States
Place Recorded: San Francisco, California, United States
Format: Sound Recording
Medium: speeches (documents)
Hoover ID: 2003c87_a_1000977
Record Number: 2003C87.977
Rights: Used with permission of the Commonwealth Club of California.This copy is provided for educational and research purposes only. No publication, further reproduction, or reuse of copies, beyond fair use, may be made without the express written permission of the copyright owner.
Collection Structure: Commonwealth Club of California records > Sound recordings of club programs > Afghan Sand in the Soviet Cogs

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