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In 1956, after an official reconciliation between Russia and Yugoslavia, Tito chose Veljko Milcunovic to be his ambassador in Moscow. Milcunovic was uniquely placed to observe the consolidation of Khrushchev's regime in the turbulent period from 1956-1958 after the dark years of the Stalin era, and his diaries not only record with startling immediacy the world-shaking events of this period, giving valuable insights into Soviet foreign policy, but contain many intimate - and frequently unflattering - anecdotes about the relationships, conversations and decisions of the leading personalities which afford an unusually vivid picture of day-to-day life at the centre of power in Moscow...
Second hand Hardback