11 Against this background, the long term ideological struggles and the immediate search for security described in paragraph 5 above, manifest themselves in present Soviet policy in the simultaneous pursuit of five main objectives:
First, the reconstruction of Soviet economy and its development to a point where it will rival and eventually outstrip that of the United States.
Secondly, the establishment of a protective belt of subservient countries round the frontiers of the Soviet Union.
Thirdly, the avoidance of a major war, at least until circumstances are judged to be sufficiently favourable to the Soviet Union.
Fourthly, the continued aggressive promotion of communism throughout the world under Moscow's direction.
Fifthly, the disintegration and weakening of the capitalist world wherever possible, both by political infiltration and the promotion of unrest at home and in colonial territories