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Soviet leadership politics and leadership views on the use of military force

Jones, William M.

Soviet leadership politics and leadership views on the use of military force

by Jones, William M.

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Published by Rand in Santa Monica, CA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Soviet Union -- Military policy,
  • Soviet Union -- Politics and government -- 1953-1985

  • Edition Notes

    StatementW.M. Jones ; prepared for the United States Air Force.
    SeriesA Rand note -- N-1210-AF
    ContributionsUnited States. Air Force.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 24 p. ;
    Number of Pages24
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15527559M
    LC Control Number80109488
    OCLC/WorldCa17046875

    GENERATIONAL POLICY PERSPECTIVES WITHIN THE SOVIET LEADERSHIP GENERATIONAL POLICY PERSPECTIVES WITHIN THE SOVIET LEADERSHIP the range of views among Soviet leaders of the same generation suggests that for mainstays of the regime--such as Defense Minister Dmitriy Ustinov and Foreign Minister Gromyko--the question of whoscceeds Chernenko. The US Government Bookstore is receiving new print titles on a weekly basis from the US Army War College, Strategic Studies Institute, so please check for future available titles on the topics of U.S. national and global security, cyberspace capabilities, combatting terrorism, and political science issues, such as international relations and foreign diplomacy, that will be added to this.

    Military Leaders are More Charismatic and Transformational? Hamad Bakar Hamad* Introducon Leadership in military is like stocks in trade (Wong, ); it has to be always just right to keep the military moving and making a different (U.S. Army, a, p. 7 as cited by Wong, ). The military is an arm of government, authorised to use lethal Author: Hamad Bakar Hamad.   This is quite the topic The word “best” depends on your views, however if trying to be objective about it, I would say that Stalin was the best, followed by Brezhnev, the rest were Slag, and Lenin while the leader of the initial movement died befo.

    Book Description: The recent transformations in the USSR are nowhere more evident than in the Soviet military. Top-level military officers have been relieved of their positions, Gorbachev has warned of lean times for the military, the symbolic role of the armed forces has been downgraded, and the concept of "military sufficiency" points to major modifications in Soviet force structure. Taken in their totality, Soviet talk about the increased likelihood of nuclear war and Soviet military actions do a political intention of speaking with a louder voice and showing firmness through a controlled display of military muscle. The apprehensive outlook we believe the Soviet leadership has toward term US arms.


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