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Russian Military Politics and Russia's 2010 Defense Doctrine


Russian Military Politics and Russia's 2010 Defense Doctrine - Cover

Edited by Dr. Stephen J. Blank.

March 2011

196 Pages

Brief Synopsis

These three papers represent the third monograph to come out of the SSI-U.S. State Department conference “Contemporary issues in International Security,” that took place at the Finnish Embassy in Washington, DC, on January 25-26, 2010. This monograph consists of three deeply probing essays into the genesis of Russia’s 2010 defense doctrine, the political struggle behind it, and the actual content of the doctrine. They reveal a highly politicized minefield of struggle comprising leading actors in the military, the government, and in Russian security policy as a whole. They duly illuminate the ongoing struggles between and among these sets of military and civilian elites and therefore cast a shining light on critical aspects of Russian policy that all too often are left in darkness. They are essential to any understanding of Russian defense and security policy as well as the nature of the relationship between the Russian military and the government and the way in which these actors formulate key policy statements and resolve pressing political issues.

Contents

Foreword

Introduction

1. Russia’s Military Doctrine Development (2000-10)

2. Russian Military Doctrine: Past, Present, and Future
Jacob W. Kipp

3. Russian Defense Doctrine
Alexander G. Savelyev

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