4 edition of Soviet decisionmaking for national security found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Jiri Valenta, William C. Potter.|
|Contributions||Valenta, Jiri., Potter, William C.|
|LC Classifications||UA770 .S658 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 319 p. :|
|Number of Pages||319|
|ISBN 10||0043510639, 0043510655|
|LC Control Number||83021357|
The groundbreaking book by two Russian authors - the historian and journalist Vladimir Snegirev and the veteran of Soviet foreign intelligence Valery Samunin - appears today in English under the title The Dead End: The Road to Afghanistan, together with 21 key documents from the National Security Archive's collection of Soviet and U.S. secret. "Prepared for a seminar on "Soviet National Security Decision Making" cosponsored by the Network of Women in Slavic Studies and the Kennan Institute for Advanced Russian Studies, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, May 3, ".
The demise of the Soviet state has dramatically focused attention on the consequences of the collapse of the unified decision making system that controlled the. Britain and the Imperial Staff / Peter Nailor --General staff: theory and practice from the Tsarist to the Soviet regime / John Erickson --Soviet decision-making process for national security policy / Harriet Fass Scott --Contrasting views of the role of strategic (politico-military) doctrine: Soviet and Western approaches / Uri Ra'anan --Grinding axes: alliance politics and decisions in World War II / John P. .
Holloway, ‘Military Power’ and Vernon Aspaturian, ‘The Stalinist Legacy in Soviet National Security Decisionmaking’ in Jiri Valenta and William C. Potter (eds), Soviet Decisionmaking for National Security (London, ) pp. 23– Google ScholarAuthor: Matthew A. Evangelista. National Security Agency Releases History of Cold War Intelligence Activities. Soviet Strategic Forces Went on Alert Three Times during September-October Because of Apprehension over Cuban Situation, Top Secret Codeword History of National Security Agency Shows. National Security Archive Electronic Briefing Book No.
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No Miracles: The Failure of Soviet Decision-Making in the Afghan War 1st Edition by Michael R. Fenzel (Author)5/5(2). Modeling Soviet defense decisionmaking / Arthur J. Alexander --The Stalinist legacy in Soviet national security decisionmaking / Vernon V.
Aspaturian --The politics of Soviet decisionmaking for national security book in the Soviet Union / Demitri K. Simes --The historical legacy in Soviet weapons development / Jerry F. Hough --Defense R & D policymaking in the USSR / Ellen Jones --The. No Miracles: The Failure of Soviet Decision-Making in the Afghan War - Kindle edition by Fenzel, Michael R.
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on Soviet national security decision-making in the United states. Part 4 contains two essays that examine the previous approaches, as well as those not represented in this book. Arthur Alexander outlines a model of Soviet national security decision-making that "follows the flow of. The fact that the various contributors tackle the problem in different ways adds to the value of the book, for there is obviously no one key or approach that will yield a uniform truth.
Among the chapters are first-rate case studies on the Soviet moves into Czechoslovakia and Afghanistan (by Jiri Valenta), the Middle East war of (by Galia Golan), and the Soviet handling of SALT (by Raymond Garthoff).
This book studies the USSR's attitude toward the establishment of a Jewish state in Palestine in the immediate post-World War II period and toward Israel in the first years of its existence, and it investigates the complex of considerations that caused the initial apparent reversal of traditional Soviet : Yaacov Ro'i.
This book analyzes the decisions made by the Soviet Politburo, which contributed to the failure of the Afghan mission, in light of these three general issues. The focus is not on the bureaucratic character of the decision-making process itself, but rather on its results: the concrete decisions that defined the USSR's Afghan policy and strategy Price: $ The Soviet experience in Afghanistan provides a compelling perspective on the far-reaching hazards of military intervention.
InMikhail Gorbachev decided that a withdrawal from Afghanistan should occur as soon as possible. The Soviet Union's senior leadership had become aware that their strategy was unraveling, their operational and tactical methods were not working, and the sacrifices.
No Miracles: The Failure of Soviet Decision-Making in the Afghan War This book examines the Soviet decisions that led to the invasion, governed the conduct of the war, and contributed to its ultimate strategic failure.
the Politburo was the institution responsible for national security and foreign policy decision-making. However, it was. national security decision-making.
The evidence in this domain is sparse, and what we do have is incomplete. Indeed, the Soviets have taken extraordinary steps to maintain the black box that shields how and why their decisions are made. With these caveats in mind, knowl edge of Soviet decision-making can be summed up in a few general by: 1.
This book identifies a group of those defectors from the Soviet elite - intelligence officers - and provides an aggregate analysis of their information to uncover Stalin’s strategic priorities and concerns, thus to open a window into Stalin’s impenetrable national security decision making.
This book uses their information to define Soviet threat perceptions and national security anxieties during Stalin’s time as Soviet leader. Winston Churchill's characterization of the Soviet Union as a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma may overstate Western understanding of the USSR's national security decision-making.
The evidence in this domain is sparse, and what we do have is by: 1. Soviet Decision-Making in Practice book. The USSR and Israel, Soviet Decision-Making in Practice. DOI link for Soviet Decision-Making in Practice. One year later the USSR cast its first two pro-Arab vetoes in the UN Security Council, and from this point on Soviet-Israeli relations openly became a function of the increasingly Cited by: A Guide to Better National Security Decision-Making.
Michael P. Dempsey. December 4, Commentary. I have participated in National Security Council meetings in the past three administrations on issues ranging from efforts to counter ISIL and prevent homeland attacks to the response to Russia’s military interventions in Ukraine and Syria.
In this major new book, Michael MccGwire, author of Military Objectives in Soviet Foreign Policy, describes the radical rethinking of soviet national security that, together with the decision to. The Evolving Role of the Supreme Soviet in National Security Decision-Making C -N PE N 6.
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Crim's Our Germans examines the process of integrating German scientists into a national security state dominated by the armed services and defense industries.
Crim explains how the Joint Intelligence Objectives Agency enticed targeted Cited by: 2. Examines the Soviet political-military mechanisms used in the Gorbachev era for national security decisionmaking and explains how the struggle over control of those mechanisms contributed to the events that led to the failed August coup.
No Miracles: The Failure of Soviet Decision-Making in the Afghan War. Stanford, About the authors: Michael R. Fenzel is an active duty Brigadier General in the U.S. Army, currently serving as a Deputy Commanding General in the 82nd Airborne Division at Fort Bragg, North Carolina.
He most recently served as a Senior Military Fellow Continuer la lecture de Book – M. Fenzel. Books with the subject: National Security Decision Making. Up to 20 books are listed, in descending order of popularity. -- This report examines the Soviet political-military mechanisms used in the Gorbachev era for national security decisionmaking and explains how the struggle over control of .Focusing on top civilian and military advisors within the national security establishment, this book looks at four case studies and concludes that when it comes to civil-military relations within the Department of Defense, balanced approaches produce more effective policies and .The National Security Archive Cold War Reader Series.
This series explores key episodes in the Cold War based on the latest archival documentation from the former Soviet bloc and newly declassified Western sources. The authors are scholars affiliated with the Archive’s “Openness in Russia and Eastern Europe Project,” embodying a truly.