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This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: Inside Russia and Postmodern Deterrence Chapter 1: The Ghost of Barbarossa: Avoiding Surprise Attack Chapter 2: Russia and Military Transformation: Perspectives from the First Nuclear Age Chapter 3: Russian Nuclear Command and Control and Stable Deterrence Chapter 4: Missile Defenses and U.S.- Russian Relations Chapter 5: Russia and Nuclear Proliferation: Fateful Choices and Rational Decision Chapter 6: Russia's War in Chechnya, 1994-1996: Laboratory and Lessons. Codice inventario libreria

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Riassunto: Russia is a post-communist country struggling to adapt to the modern world economically and politically. In the twenty-first century, Russia faces postmodern social, cultural, and political problems with its old policy of deterrence. For Russia’s political leaders and military planners, three scenarios define their postmodern setting: 1) the world’s leading military and economic powers, with the exception of China, are market-based economies and political democracies; 2) the revolution in military affairs, based on advances in information, electronics, and communications, is driving both civil and military technology innovation; and 3) the Cold War’s fundamental war-fighting premises, such as deterrence based on nuclear weapons and on conventional armed forces organized and trained for massive wars of attrition, have changed radically.

These points’ implications for future Russian strategy are profound, Stephen J. Cimbala and Peter Rainow argue. Russia faces an increased presence of its former adversary, the United States, in adjacent territories; an increasingly assertive NATO, which includes many of Moscow’s former allies; and continued fighting in Chechnya. Ominously, China aspires to overtake Russia as the world’s second-ranked military power and establish its hegemony over the Pacific basin. In short, Russia confronts a radically new political and military world order that demands adapting to postmodern thinking about deterrence and defense. The danger is that Russia, realizing that it lags behind in leveraging modern technology for military purposes and that it must scrap its dependence on conscription, now relies on nuclear weapons as its first line of deterrence against either nuclear or conventional attack.

From the Publisher: Examines the grave economical and political realities confronting Russia

Analyzes current Russian security concerns and challenges

Demonstrates Russia's dangerous reliance on nuclear weapons to deter both nuclear and conventional attacks

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Descrizione libro Potomac Books Inc. Hardback. Condizione libro: new. BRAND NEW, Russia and Postmodern Deterrence: Military Power and Its Challenges for Security (annotated edition), Stephen J. Cimbala, Peter Jacob Rainow, Russia is a post-communist country struggling to adapt to the modern world economically and politically. In the twenty-first century, Russia faces postmodern social, cultural, and political problems with its old policy of deterrence. For Russia's political leaders and military planners, three scenarios define their postmodern setting: the world's leading military and economic powers, with the exception of China, are market-based economies and political democracies; the revolution in military affairs, based on advances in information, electronics, and communications, is driving both civil and military technology innovation; and the Cold War's fundamental war-fighting premises, such as deterrence based on nuclear weapons and on conventional armed forces organized and trained for massive wars of attrition, have changed radically. These points' implications for future Russian strategy are profound, Stephen J. Cimbala and Peter Rainow argue. Russia faces an increased presence of its former adversary, the United States, in adjacent territories; an increasingly assertive NATO, which includes many of Moscow's former allies; and continued fighting in Chechnya. Ominously, China aspires to overtake Russia as the world's second-ranked military power and establish its hegemony over the Pacific basin. In short, Russia confronts a radically new political and military world order that demands adapting to postmodern thinking about deterrence and defense. The danger is that Russia, realizing that it lags behind in leveraging modern technology for military purposes and that it must scrap its dependence on conscription, now relies on nuclear weapons as its first line of deterrence against either nuclear or conventional attack. Codice libro della libreria B9781574888133

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Descrizione libro Potomac Books Inc, United States, 2007. Hardback. Condizione libro: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. Russia is a post-communist country struggling to adapt to the modern world economically and politically. In the twenty-first century, Russia faces postmodern social, cultural, and political problems with its old policy of deterrence. For Russia s political leaders and military planners, three scenarios define their postmodern setting: 1) the world s leading military and economic powers, with the exception of China, are market-based economies and political democracies; 2) the revolution in military affairs, based on advances in information, electronics, and communications, is driving both civil and military technology innovation; and 3) the Cold War s fundamental war-fighting premises, such as deterrence based on nuclear weapons and on conventional armed forces organized and trained for massive wars of attrition, have changed radically. These points implications for future Russian strategy are profound, Stephen J. Cimbala and Peter Rainow argue. Russia faces an increased presence of its former adversary, the United States, in adjacent territories; an increasingly assertive NATO, which includes many of Moscow s former allies; and continued fighting in Chechnya.Ominously, China aspires to overtake Russia as the world s second-ranked military power and establish its hegemony over the Pacific basin. In short, Russia confronts a radically new political and military world order that demands adapting to postmodern thinking about deterrence and defense. The danger is that Russia, realizing that it lags behind in leveraging modern technology for military purposes and that it must scrap its dependence on conscription, now relies on nuclear weapons as its first line of deterrence against either nuclear or conventional attack. Codice libro della libreria AAJ9781574888133

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