Date of Award
Bachelor of Arts
After World War II, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics became a "Great Power," surpassed in might by only the United States. The foreign policy of the Soviet Union now exerts a tremendous influence on the international scene, making the study of Soviet policies a "must" for the student of international affairs. The question of the role of international law in the foreign relations of the U.S.S.R. is an interesting and important one. Are changes in the international system reflected in Soviet views of international law? Have the Soviet theories had significant impacts on the actions of other states? To what extent does international law influence Soviet actions and vice versa? This paper will answer these questions by considering some aspects of Soviet trends in international law in recent years.
Oliver, Rozanne D., "Soviet international law : theory and practice" (1972). Honors Theses. 660.