Encircled Again: Russia's Military Assesses Threats in a Post-Soviet World
William D. Jackson examines the nature and evolution of threat discourse within the Russian military command. He finds that while Russia’s civilian leadership has generally pursued policies that have downplayed serious external threats, Russia’s military leadership has increasingly embraced a new world view that describes a range of objectively-determined aggressive threats encircling Russia.
The New Russian Diplomacy, Igor S. Ivanov Reviewed by William D. Jackson
Soviet Reassessment of Ronald Reagan, 1985-1988, William D. Jackson
The Soviets and Strategic Arms: Toward an Evaluation of the Record, William D. Jackson
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