2 edition of Where next? human rights the next thirty years in western Europe found in the catalog.
Where next? human rights the next thirty years in western Europe
|Statement||[by] Margareta Holmstedt, Simon Hughes [and] David Ive.|
|Contributions||Hughes, Simon., Ive, David.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||33|
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The Americans’ rival superpower, the Soviet Union, dominated Eastern Europe.