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strategic mind-set of the Soviet military
Arnold Lawrence Horelick
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Get this from a library. The strategic mind-set of the Soviet military: an essay-review. [Arnold Lawrence Horelick; Rand Corporation.] -- A review of translations of [The Armed Forces of the Soviet State] (), by A.A.
Grechko and [Soviet Military Strategy] ( edition), by V.D. Sokolovskiy. The utility of Soviet military. doctrine, command, and mind set of the Red Army. In addition to the political implications the new leadership of the Soviet Union had on doctrine and military thinking, White also provides a concrete listing of the size and reorganization of the military through the interwar years.
Lastly,Author: Russell D Harris. "Nomonhan The Red Army Victory That Shaped World War II" is a very interesting read, and for a military-political history it is easy to dive into and follow along with. Having a basic understanding of the events leading up to World War II is useful, but not necessary.4/5.
By looking at several recent texts, especially The Science of Military Strat-egy (), we can arrive at some understanding of the Chinese military’s strategic mind-set. it differs markedly from the methodology the U.s. uses to develop its strategic thought. Stratagem, Philosophy, and. Armor strategic mind-set of the Soviet military book Blood: The Battle of Kursk: The Turning Point of World War II - Kindle edition by Showalter, Dennis E.
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Given time and resources, they altered their mind-set from Soviet-based strategic intelligence to one highly capable of delivering intelligence directly to strategic mind-set of the Soviet military book who needed it. Not everything was perfect: communications complications, linguist confusion, and pilot buy-in complicated the system, but in the end, the intelligence delivered by the.
The Mind of the Strategist about how U.S. companies organize themselves and the anachronisms about Soviet-style central planning, now a File Size: KB. Russia’s military operational ways of achieving its strategic ends incorporate classic deep operations.
Soviet intellectuals invented deep operations theory as a reaction to the battlefield dynamics of the early twentieth century.
Soviet deep operations theorists like Svechin, Triandafillov, and Isserson found the answer to the prob. Preparing for the Future: Strategic Planning in the U.S.
Air Force by Colin Campbell and Michael Barzelay. Brookings Institution Press,pp. The dramatic changes that came about after the fall of the Soviet Union posed significant challenges for US military strategic planning.
He also explores the strategic and psychological mind-set of the military leaders involved to demonstrate how devastating combinations of human ambition and arrogance led to overreach. Making clear the danger of hubris in warfare, his insights hold resonant lessons for civilian and military leaders navigating today’s complex global by: 4.
Modern military theory divides war into strategic mind-set of the Soviet military book, operational, For the Soviet view on the three levels of war, see Harriet F. and William F. Scott, The Soviet Art of War: Doctrine, Strategy, and react to the enemy’s mind-set.
Drew and Snow, 19, define operational strategy as. The Paperback of the Inferno: The World at War, by Max Hastings at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed/5(44). A unique set of security issues has emerged from Russia's northwest strategic direction in the post-Cold War era.[ 1 ] The conjunction of Russian transformation and crisis has recast security issues in the Baltic and Nordic regions, reducing the risk of military conflict but raising a host of issues associated with Russia's Baltic relations, especially the status of the Russian minorities.
In To Kill Nations: American Strategy in the Air-Atomic Age and the Rise of Mutually Assured Destruction, Edward Kaplan skillfully examines the conceptual context behind an overlooked period of American strategic thought: the air-atomic age where the United States Air Force explored how to fight and win a nuclear war with the Soviet Union.
The book is focused on the role of the Soviet leaders - Stalin, Khrushchev, Brezhnev and Gorbachev - and the impact that their backgrounds and personalities had on their decision making.
I am not This was an absolutely fascinating book, which gives the history of the Cold War from the Soviet perspective/5.
They are vivid, sometimes chilling descriptions of the life of German soldiers during World War II. All brought to life in secretly recorded transcripts of German POWs.
Historian Sonke Neitzel, co. Full text of "US Army War College Strategic Studies Institute " See other formats. Future historians may well identify Russian President Vladimir Putin’s landmark March 1 speech as the ultimate game-changer in the 21st-century New Great Game in Eurasia.
The reason is minutely detailed in Losing Military Supremacy: The Myopia of American Strategic Planning, a new book by Russian military/naval analyst Andrei Martyanov/5(41). This recent book from a former Soviet military intelligence officer is perhaps the best introduction to the subject of Soviet military special-purpose forces so far available to the general public.
The layman wiIl find the brisk literary style conveni ent, all the more so because it. In a recent book, Nuclear Deterrence, Morality and Realism, the authors defended t h e thesis that American policy makers actually plan to obliterate the.
The Voyenno-Vozdushnyye Sily (VVS, Soviet Air Force) became an entirely independent military service in Soviet concerns over U.S. strategic bombing and nuclear weapons also led to the establishment of a separate Soviet Air Defense Service as an independent branch with its own interceptor air arm in The military strategy details Some details concerning the implementation of the plan have already been announced.
The plan focuses on three strategic regions: the southern provinces of Helmand and Kandahar, the traditional strongholds of the Quetta Shura Taliban, and the eastern provinces of Paktika, Paktia, and Khost, the bastion of the. “Here, in the book’s broadest context, appears a window of insight into more recent confrontations: the pursuit of war objectives that become increasingly more irrational subverts and erodes the rationality of the military charged with the attainment of those very aims.
Book Excerpt—On the Brink: Trump, Kim, and the Threat of Nuclear War. With a look into North Korean strategic thought. Cyber War and Information War à la Russe Stephen Blank From Understanding Cyber Conflict: As Christopher Andrew and Vasili Mitrokhin wrote about the Soviet regime’s abiding mind- set, “All authoritarian regimes, since they regard opposi- there is in American strategic thinking.
The US military has a concept of “phase zero,” or File Size: KB. Like Churchill, he understood the strategic importance of telling his own story, and his memoirs, dictated from exile on St.
Helena, became the single bestselling book of the nineteenth century. An award-winning historian, Roberts traveled to fifty-three of Napoleon’s sixty battle sites, discovered crucial new documents in archives, and even.
David Halberstam’s last book, a study of the Korean War, is directed simultaneously to battle buffs and pacifists, history enthusiasts and political moralists.
In the mind-set of U.S. national security managers, the surge of revolutions, the escalation of terrorist incidents, and other forms of "ambiguous aggression" in the s and early s reflected not a nationalist effort to redress socioeconomic inequality in the Third World but an attempt by the Soviet Union to "nibble" away at U.S.
Book Reviews Strategic Studies Quarterly ♦ Spring Cimbala artfully weaves geopolitics throughout the book. He offers the possibility that the United States and the USSR did not fight a war because they had no compelling reason to do so.
This is an important point when we examine nascent nuclear-armed countries. Historically. By threatening Soviet civilian control, the United States influences the Strategic War: What Are the Questions. operating procedures of the Soviet command system. This could lead to greater military control, an expansion of "ambiguous control," more emphasis on predelegation or very rapid devolution of command, reliance on launch or warning Cited by: 9.
His early work reflected the mind-set of the time. In a study titled “The Deterrence and Strategy of Total War, ,” Marshall spun harrowing scenarios for nuclear : Carlos Lozada.
Moreover, the development of strategic and operational defenses depended directly on the Soviet ability to stop German offensive action at the tactical level. Soviet development of effective tactical defenses was a long and difficult process. It involved changing the offensive mind-set of Soviet officers.
The book to begin with in looking for a revised 21st-century strategy is, unexpectedly, the landmark U.S. ARMY/MARINE CORPS COUNTERINSURGENCY FIELD MANUAL (University of Chicago, paper, $15).Author: Samantha Power. Editorial Reviews. A fascinating exploration of the rhetoric of different historic approaches to U.S.
foreign policy. The analysis of major strategic statements in the Cold War era reminds us of the limits and possibilities of our cultural and political repertoire, drawn upon for good and, from time-to-time, for ill, as we have learned to our sorrow and : Ned O'gorman.
strategic threat. It also relied heavily on recent technological advances forward-deployed force oriented toward deterring the Soviet Union to a smaller, more flexible body based primarily in the United States.
This high-intensity combat, and would have to develop what service members called an expeditionary mind-set, to be capable of File Size: 1MB. Soviet military buildup, both strategic and conventional, has gone beyond the point of legitimate defense needs, and is generating a genuine threat to the United States and its principal Allies—and unless the Soviet side shows restraint, the West, with the United States in the lead, will undertake major, comprehensive, and matching efforts.
Russia is not the Soviet Union. The first and most important thing to keep in mind is that the Russian military is truly focused on the defense of the Russian territory. Let me immediately say that contrary to much of the Cold War propaganda, the Soviet military was also defensive in essence, even if it did include a number of offensive elements.
While rigid and not customizable, Soviet military hardware was very appealing. Soviet defense firms shrewdly designed their hardware to be rugged, simple, maintenance-light, and cheap, which attracted buyers in the developing world.
Soviet arms sales always exceeded those of the US, by as much as 80% some years. The essence of this information was officially conveyed to the Soviet Union under the wartime lend-lease assistance program, or in response to specific requests of the Soviet Government Purchasing Commission, the liaison Soviet agency stationed in the United States to promote delivery of military-related materials under lend-lease.
Since the. Former IAF commander, David Ivri would later recall a meeting with a high-ranking member of the Warsaw Pact, in which he was told that the dominance of Israeli and U.S.
technology and tactics during the war was one of the factors that changed Soviet mind-set, leading to Glasnost and ultimately, the fall of the Soviet on: Southern Lebanon. Russian historian Viktor Suvorov argues in his book ‘’Icebreaker’’the Stalin was prepared to invade Europe weeks after Germans actually did in June He states that the lack of combat readiness of the Red Army in was not a result of being.
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Assessing a century of British military Information Operations. Memetic warfare.Glantz, David M. Overview. Works: The Soviet Strategic Offensive in Manchuria, ," the author focuses on the operational and tactical levels of the Manchurian campaign, highlighting the techniques that brought victory to Soviet combined arms during the last days of World War II.
It involved changing the offensive mind-set of Soviet.