Corpus ID: 153497748

Soviet strategic thought, 1917-91

@inproceedings{Kokoshin1998SovietST,
  title={Soviet strategic thought, 1917-91},
  author={Andrei Afanas’evich Kokoshin},
  year={1998}
}
The relationship between policy and strategy in Soviet military doctrine threats to Soviet security and the probability of a future war offence and defence in Soviet military strategy in lieu of a conclusion - Russia's national security and military power. 
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