THE KREMLIN: The Rubber Hammer

We remain prisoners of habits and patterns formed in the past [which'] now hinder the deployment of new, wider and more active forms of struggle . . . We must put a stop to this . . . The Leninist combination of adherence to principle and elasticity in the pursuance of the foreign-policy line is the factor which ensures the success of our party in the solution of international tasks.

The author of this pertinent criticism of past Soviet foreign policy at the 20th Congress of the Communist Party in Moscow last February...

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