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Soviet strategic power and doctrine

Mark E Miller

Soviet strategic power and doctrine

the quest for superiority

by Mark E Miller

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Published by Advanced International Studies Institute, in association with the University of Miami in [Miami] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Soviet Union -- Military policy.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementMark E. Miller.
    SeriesMonographs in international affairs
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsUA 770 M64 1982, UA770 M5 1982
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxiv, 298 p. ;
    Number of Pages298
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19478230M

      Emerging from the rubble of the Soviet collapse, this consensus ranges across the political spectrum -- from pro-Western liberals to leftists and nationalists. It rests on three geostrategic imperatives: that Russia must remain a nuclear superpower, a great power in all facets of international activity, and the hegemon -- the political Cited by: 7.   Russian Military Policy: Changes and Continuity in Strategic Doctrine under the Communist era By Soumen Dhar Choudhury The ‘two camps' interpretation of international relations formed the framework of the Soviet assessment of the Western Security Policy.


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Miller, Mark E. Soviet strategic power and doctrine. Washington, D.C.: Advanced International Studies Institute ; Coral. Soviet Strategic Power and Doctrine: The Quest for Superiority Paperback – January 1, by Mark E.

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Miller. This book highlights the impact and relevance of "strategic culture". Each section contains essays contrasting United States and Soviet perceptions on specific topics. Each section closes with a synthesizing commentary, to help readers to get a better sense of differences and similarities.

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It describes in detail the Soviet equivalents of the U.S. Star Wars program and explains technical and political issues in laymen's terms. The military history of the Soviet Union began in the days following the October Revolution that brought the Bolsheviks to power.

In the new government formed the Red Army, which then defeated its various internal enemies in the Russian Civil War of – The years –21 saw defeats for the Red Army in the Polish–Soviet War (–21) and in independence wars for Estonia.

Soviet Sources of Military Doctrine and Strategy (Strategy Paper; No. 26) [Scott, William Fontaine] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Soviet Sources of Military Doctrine and Strategy (Strategy Paper; No. 26)Cited by: 4. Discusses (1) the size of Soviet military forces (nuclear, naval, air and ground) (2) the ideological drive behind Soviet defence policy (3) possible future doctrinal developments.

Since the late s, changing technology has stimulated doctrinal change, giving rise to concepts of multi-front operations. But the doctrinal vision is at the moment unrealisable, and the Soviets may thus be Cited by: The military doctrine of the Russian Federation is a strategic planning document of the Russian Federation and represents a system of officially state adopted views of preparation for the armed protection of Russia.

The most recent revision of the military doctrine was approved in Numerous successive revisions of military doctrine have been promulgated since An analysius of the new Soviet book, Military Strategy.

Its significance is weighed against the background of certain known developments of recent years: the military's resistance to Khrushchev's strategic reforms of ; The dispute between radical and traditionalist elements within the Soviet military establishment; and the dialogue with the United States on the strategic power balance.

About the Book. Perils of Dominance is the first completely new interpretation of how and why the United States went to war in Vietnam. It provides an authoritative challenge to the prevailing explanation that U.S.

officials adhered blindly to a Cold War doctrine that loss of Vietnam would cause a "domino effect" leading to communist domination of the area. edition of Soviet Military Power.

DIA produced overcopies, and it soon became an annual publication that was translated into eight languages and distributed around the world.

In many cases, this report conveyed the scope and breadth of Soviet military. The changing American strategic environment / Michael Krepon --The changing Soviet strategic environment: Soviet military doctrine, conventional military forces, and the scientific-technical revolution in military affairs / Jacob W.

Kipp --The US navy in the nuclear age / Steven Miller --Soviet naval strategy: naval doctrine / Carl G. SOVIET STRATEGIC DOCTRINE FOR THE START OF WAR This is a working paper, the second in a series of CAESAR reports on problems of Soviet military thought and policy.

This paper deals with Soviet strategic doctrine for the start of a general war. The predecessor in this series--CAESAR-XIV of 3 April. SR RP, JuneSoviet Nuclear Doctrine: Concepts of Intercontinental and Theater War [PDF Only KB*] Paper, FebruaryThe Track Record in Strategic Estimating: An Evaluation of the Strategic National Intelligence Estimates, [PDF Only KB*].

Russian / Soviet Doctrine After the explosions of the first Soviet atomic device in l and the Soviet hydrogen bomb in l, the Soviet armed forces acquired nuclear weapons. Also introduced in the s were ballistic- and cruise-missile technologies, jet engines, and artificial earth satellites, as well as computers and automated control.

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The author shows how the need to plan for the contingency of world war has shaped Soviet policy, resulting in a force structure often. A fourth is to resume a world power role by reactivating support for former Soviet client regimes like Baathist Syria or Cuba, or striking new strategic alliances with emerging powers like Iran.

Sadly, most Western countries either failed to understand what was going on or decided to ignore it, even in the face of hard evidence. Soviet Doctrine - Tactical Nuclear Weapons.

Until the mids Soviet declaratory doctrine held that a war between NATO and the Warsaw Pact would automatically escalate to theater-wide nuclear. opposite NATO represent a general model for Soviet forces elsewhere, as well as for forces of Soviet allies and surrogates.

FM The Soviet Army: Troops, Organization, and Equipment (Jul ‘91) The Soviet armed forces include five separate components: the strategic rocket forces, the ground forces, the air forces, the air. Soviet military doctrine may be described as the formalized military policy and higher strategy of the Soviet state.

An elusive subject shrouded with secrecy, Soviet military doctrine was sometimes stated, though seldom candidly or completely, in Soviet political pronouncements and military writings, and could in some measure be deduced from actual military posture and practice.

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Washington, D.C., Ma - Last month’s posting by Robert S. Hopkins on “How the Strategic Air Command Would Have Gone to Nuclear War” provided incredible detail on SAC procedures during the s. Strategic Air Command veteran Bruce Blair takes the story in to the s, with an extraordinary account, based on personal experience, of how SAC would have carried out its.

Russia’s Military Strategy and Doctrine is designed to educate Russia watchers, policymakers, military leaders, and the broader foreign policy community about the Russian Armed Forces and security apparatus across the full spectrum of geographic, doctrinal and domain chapter addresses a different strategic-level issue related to the Russian military, ranging from “hybrid.

Russian Military Doctrine. The General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation announced the absence of prerequisites for starting a large-scale war in the period until From inside the book.

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in Soviet strategic thinking, based to a great extent on Lenin’s personal interpretation of Clausewitzian ideas. Soviet military power and doctrine therefore, cannot be viewed apart from Soviet economic and political power and has to be seen as an extension of Soviet ideology.

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In this book Dr Christoph Bluth presents an original analysis of the build up of Soviet strategic forces from the death of Stalin to the SALT I agreement. The author is able to demonstrate how domestic priorities and internal power struggles account for the seeming inconsistencies of Soviet military and foreign policy.

Stalin’s Eagles: An Illustrated Study of the Soviet Aces of World War II and Korea by Hans D. Seidl. Schiffer Publishing,pp. Studies of the development of airpower in the United States tend to focus exclusively on American and Allied experiences of aerial combat in the two world wars.

Soviet Doctrine, Tank Gun Hour Battle. Soviet doctrine also emphasized continuity of operations: the hour battle in all weather and conditions. Ironically the most impressive demonstration of this was during Operation Desert Sabre, the brief land campaign by Coalition forces (largely US and British) in the Gulf War of In the s, the Soviet Union reached the peak of its political and strategic power in relation to the United States.

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Palgrave Macmillan, LondonCited by: 3. and strategic relativism.7 It is with this perspective that Booth defends the usefulness of 4Snyder, Soviet Strategic Culture, v. 5Jack Snyder, "The Concept of Strategic Culture: Caveat Emptor," in Strategic Power: USA/USSR, ed.

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In addition, Soviet TU Bear reconnaissance aircraft began to be deployed in Cuba inand several new airfields were constructed capable of accommodating the Backfire strategic bomber.

Increased numbers of Soviet military advisers, technicians, and instructors arrived to supervise and service the build-up of Soviet and Cuban forces.

THE POST-COLD WAR INTERVIEWS John A. Battilega INTRODUCTION During the Cold War, many American specialists studied Soviet doctrine for nuclear warfare and the details of the Soviet nuclear force posture. From this protracted study, a conventional wisdom the basic reference document for Soviet strategic and operational.

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