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The East German regime managed to resist Soviet pressures for liberalization and instead pressured the Soviets into allowing them to build the Berlin Wall Driving the Soviets Up the Wall forces us to view this critical juncture in the Cold War in a different light Harrison's work makes us rethink the nature of relations between countries of the Soviet bloc even at the height of the Cold War while also contributing to ongoing debates over the capacity of weaker states to influence their stronger allies Foreign Affair.