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Soviet Strategy at the Crossroads

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Publication Date: 01/01/1964

342 pages

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Basing his study on a wide range of published materials, with particular reference to the recent editions of Soviet Military Strategy, edited by Marshal Sokolovskii, Thomas Wolfe presents an analysis of current Soviet thinking and debate on critical issues of strategy and military policy. Covering such topics as the credibility of the Soviet deterrent posture and military uses of space, he examines the major factors underlying present trends in Soviet strategy and surveys and evaluates recent Soviet military thought against a back ground of the problems arising out of the new technological and political environment of the modern world.

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