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Soviet strategy-Soviet foreign policy

C G. Jacobsen

Soviet strategy-Soviet foreign policy

military considerations affecting Soviet policy-making.

by C G. Jacobsen

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Published by Maclehose in Glasgow .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Based on Ph. D. thesis, University of Glasgow, 1971.

The Physical Object
Pagination236p.
Number of Pages236
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13689366M

Washington, D.C., Septem – The National Security Archive is today posting - for the first time in its essentially complete form - one of the most controversial nuclear policy directives of the Cold ential Directive 59 (PD), "Nuclear Weapons Employment Policy," signed by President Jimmy Carter on 25 July , aimed at giving U.S. Presidents more flexibility in. Referenced Documents. Chapter 1 - America's Freedom Faith and The Cold War. 1. Reagan Sets His New Strategy U.S. Foreign Policy Excerpt on the Soviet Union. Jackson Amendment to SALT. Ford and Growing U.S. Doubts about U.S. Détente Strategy: Soviet Militance and “Team B”.

  And yet the tr ue motivation and aims of Soviet foreign policy have always been there and never more clearly than in the new Soviet constitution, which contains for the first time. The basic Soviet approach to the matter is presented in the book by Marshal Sokolovski published in in Moscow: Marshal V. D. Sokolovski, Military Strategy, Soviet Doctrine and Concepts(New York, Praeger, ). A picture of Soviet intentions in various areas of the world can be drawn from the book by Douglas and Hoeber, ibid.

RUSSIA'S FOREIGN AND POLITICAL STRATEGY. Soviet foreign policy was abruptly disrupted after the August coup attempt that resulted in the return of the Russian state. Those events had enormous impact on foreign policy in denunciation of communist ideology, economic restructuring in Russia, and the independence of the former republics. Operation Barbarossa (German: Unternehmen Barbarossa) was the code name for the Axis invasion of the Soviet Union, which started on Sunday, 22 June , during World War operation put into action Nazi Germany's ideological goal of conquering the western Soviet Union so as to repopulate it with German Generalplan Ost aimed to use some of the conquered as slave labour for the Location: Central, Northeast, and Eastern Europe.


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