Russian Security and Air Power, 1992-2002

1st Edition

Marcel De Haas

Published August 12, 2004
Reference - 264 Pages
ISBN 9780714656083 - CAT# RU33540
Series: Soviet (Russian) Military Theory and Practice

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This new book analyzes the security policy of the Russian Federation, internally as well as externally, on all levels of strategy.

It describes military and political decision-making from Moscow's grand strategy to the use of a single fighter aircraft in Chechnya. In this analysis, Russia's air forces are used as a model for all services of the armed forces.

The Chechen conflicts and NATO's security policy have been dominant factors in the development of Russia's security policy during the period 1992-2002. The use of air power in the Chechen conflicts is used here as a case study for testing political and military-strategic objectives. With regard to NATO's security policy, this study shows that the eastward enlargement of this alliance, as well as its use of force in Bosnia and Kosovo, have caused an increase in anti-Western tendencies in Russian security thinking.


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