Russia and Asia: Essays on the Influence of Russia on the Asian Peoples
Edited by Wayne S. Vucinich
The proceedings of a conference held at Stanford University, this collection of essays examines the nature and extent of Russian influence on a selected number of Asian countries. The contributors discuss the status of Oriental studies in the Soviet Union, the problem of Russia's geographic and cultural destiny, and the impact of Russia on Armenia, Georgia, the European Muslims, Central Asia, China, Japan, and the Siberian and Far Eastern peoples of the Soviet Union.
Hoover Institution Press, Stanford University (1972)