Challenges Posed by Russia to U.S. National Security Interests: Hearing Before the Committee on National Security, U.S. House of Representatives

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Floyd Spence
DIANE Publishing, Jun 1, 1996 - 46 pages
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Witness testimony and prepared statements presented in the June 1996 hearing before the Committee on National Security, House of Representatives, examine post-Soviet Russia and its implications for U.S. national security. Principal witnesses include Clifford G. Gaddy, The Brookings Institute and author; Richard Pipes, former Assistant to President Reagan for National Security Affairs and Director of Russian Policy at the National Security Council and professor of history at Harvard Univ.; and Ambassador James R. Woolsey, former Director of Central Intelligence.

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