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An examination of the current revolution in Soviet military affairs
Robin Lee Csuti
Russian and Soviet history is characterized by many unique periods of development. Military doctrine has evolved in such cycles with specific identifiable variables. The Soviet Union has experienced two definite revolutions in military affairs since its inception. This thesis delinates those variables evident in past doctrinal revolutions. Current events within the Soviet Union are then examined to determine if a third evolution in military affairs is occurring.
|Statement||Robin Lee Csuti|
|Contributions||Naval Postgraduate School (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 181 p. :|
|Number of Pages||181|
The indictment that included the preliminary examination was considered the "official record" at trial. Dominant maneuvre will allow our forces to gain a decisive advantage by controlling the breadth, depth, and height of the battlespace. The team cites a vivid example to illustrate this area of warfare. And to the pleasure of his readers, Ulam has proved a master not only of substance but also of style: his writing is always graceful, and very often amusing.
Although most hearings were open to the public, hearings could also be held privately, if the Soviet Government deemed it necessary. The accused and the victim could question each other or the witnesses. New York: Basic Books, Highly capable information systems are a critical force multiplier and at the same time a potential vulnerability.
Understanding this may or may not give Western governments a lever with which to affect specific Soviet policies, but it would seem to suggest ways in which to affect Soviet power. In the preliminary examination, the sledovatel or "investigator" "interrogate[d] the accused and the witnesses and examine[d] evidence". Between 80 and 90 per cent of the precision-guided munitions PGMs hit their targets compared with about 25 per cent of dumb bombs. Of course, this process has its limits, and many weapons programmes must, and will, remain national. Equally important but less obvious was the role played by sophisticated surveillance, reconnaissance, and intelligence gathering systems. Frunze — voennyi teoretik, Moscow, Voenizdat,p.
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Garthoff, a participant in the crisis deliberations of the U. During this period both the United States and the Soviet Union made astonishing mistakes on the world stage, the repercussions of which were to cost each more dearly than the plans devised by its adversary.
Less robust forms of protest included marches on landowner manors and government An examination of the current revolution in Soviet military affairs book, as well as withholding and storing grains rather than selling them.
Dominating manoeuvre is defined as the positioning of forces - integrated with precision strike, space warfare, and information war operations - to attack decisive points, defeat the enemy's "centres of gravity", and accomplish campaign or war objectives.
More importantly, it enlarges our understanding of the crisis interaction. George and James B. Dominant manoeuvre will require forces that are adept at conducting sustained and synchronized operations from dispersed locations. For Russia, it was effectively the end of the war. A study of the CIA's relationship with Congress.
Right-wingers felt betrayed, and the left-wing was resurgent. A look at Intelligence Community estimates on the strength of the former Soviet Union. Mearsheimer, Conventional Deterrence, Ithaca, N. An academic and a intelligence professional present a very interesting collection of articles on various topics from the ethics to the operational problems associated with intelligence.
New York: Random House, This programme would help the Army adapt to the demands of future warfare. The examiner was prohibited from using force though the accused could be confined for long durations: up to 10 days before being charged, up to 9 months during the preliminary investigation with the approval of the Procurator General The testimony to be used in the trial was presented to the accused.
Allen Dulles The Craft of Intelligence. This new information, much of it presented here in this volume for the first time, helps to fill in gaps in our knowledge about events and motivations on the Soviet side. In open warfare, however, information warfare is taken to include the use of physically destructive means - such as missile attacks and bombing - to knock out key information assets.
The "tools of the trade" from one of the largest private collections of spy devices in the world. But there are forces which restrict Soviet expansion from within and that are more solid than those phantoms of the Politburo.The Law of the Soviet Union was the law as it developed in the Soviet Union (USSR) following the October Revolution of Modified versions of the Soviet legal system operated in many Communist states following the Second World War—including Mongolia, the People's Republic of China, the Warsaw Pact countries of eastern Europe, Cuba and Vietnam.
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