Russian Civil-military Relations

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Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2009 - Political Science - 335 pages
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Deriving in part from its Soviet past, Russia's military doctrine represents more than just a road map of how to fight the nation's wars; it also specifies threats to national interests, in this case the United States, NATO and international terrorism. Against this background, Robert Brannon demonstrates that the military's influence may reveal as much about politics as it does the military.
  

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Contents

Military Doctrine and Security Strategy in Modern Russia
15
Setting the Scene 19961998
47
The Russians Are Coming
73
The Second Road to War in Chechnya Dagestan
99
High Seas Tragedy and Military
131
Conclusions
165
Russia and Georgia The Summer of 2008
187
Appendix B Russian National Security Policy December 1997
215
Concept Paper for Russia s Naval Program
243
Russian National Security Concept January 2000
269
Appendix E Russian Military Doctrine April 2000
287
Bibliography
311
Index
329
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