Last edited by Zulkijinn
Wednesday, August 25, 2021 | History

7 edition of The Soviet view of U.S. strategic doctrine found in the catalog.

The Soviet view of U.S. strategic doctrine

implications for decision making

by Jonathan Samuel Lockwood

  • 346 Want to read
  • 17 Currently reading

Published by Transaction Books in New Brunswick [N.J.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States,
  • Soviet Union
    • Subjects:
    • Military doctrine -- United States -- History -- 20th century.,
    • Nuclear weapons -- United States -- History -- 20th century.,
    • Military doctrine -- Soviet Union -- History -- 20th century.,
    • United States -- Military policy.,
    • Soviet Union -- Military policy.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesSoviet view of US strategic doctrine., Soviet view of United States strategic doctrine.
      StatementJonathan Samuel Lockwood ; foreword by Leon Gouré.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsU162 .L63 1983
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 202 p. ;
      Number of Pages202
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3494251M
      ISBN 10087855467X
      LC Control Number82014191


Share this book
You might also like
Public education in Mumbai

Public education in Mumbai

Dinosaurs on the ark

Dinosaurs on the ark

School is not a missile range

School is not a missile range

Paul Simon

Paul Simon

The Foot Doctor

The Foot Doctor

King/Pierce/Snohomish counties street guide and directory, 1998

King/Pierce/Snohomish counties street guide and directory, 1998

Contemporary Indian art

Contemporary Indian art

2000 Import and Export Market for Mechanically-Propelled Work Trucks for Short Distance in Iceland

2000 Import and Export Market for Mechanically-Propelled Work Trucks for Short Distance in Iceland

House of hate.

House of hate.

Viking.

Viking.

Impact of traffic on residential areas

Impact of traffic on residential areas

Capacity-building

Capacity-building

Sermons preached before the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge

Sermons preached before the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge

Architecture and town-planning in the Holy Quran

Architecture and town-planning in the Holy Quran

The Soviet view of U.S. strategic doctrine by Jonathan Samuel Lockwood Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Soviet View of U. Strategic Doctrine: Implications for Decision Making [Lockwood, Jonathan Samuel] on FREE shipping on eligible : Jonathan Samuel Lockwood.

United States of America and the U. Authors: Jacobsen, Carl G. This book highlights the impact and relevance of "strategic culture". Each section contains. Introduction. This book highlights the impact and relevance of "strategic culture".

Each section contains essays contrasting United States and Soviet perceptions. Military Strategy: Soviet Doctrine and Concepts. Military Strategy. : Vasiliĭ Danilovich Sokolovskiĭ. Praeger, - Soviet Union - pages. 0 : Vasiliĭ Danilovich Sokolovskiĭ.

Strategic Forces: Issues for the Mid-seventies-Alton H. Quanbeck U. Naval Strategy in the s-John B. Hattendorf The Soviet View of U. Inside the Soviet Army.

Inside The Soviet Army describes the general organisation, doctrine, and strategy of the Soviet armed forces (the term Army being used to 45(13). 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 Tactics (Boulder, Colo. Both doctrines were ideological cover for military intervention of the United States into the interior of that region. The Johnson Pacific Doctrine () as it. B y Scott Nicholas Romaniuk. July 2. Executive Summary.

Within the prism of contemporary military doctrine, studies have assumed a. renewed focus on issues of. The book analyses the strategic rationale of the American security commitment to South Korea in the light of the palpable failure of containment strategy in.

This book provides a comprehensive analysis of Paul H. Nitzes influence on the making of U. national security policy, as well as his recent involvement in arms. This book analyzes the evolution of Russian military thought and how Russia's current thinking about war is reflected in recent crises.

While other books describe. The Soviet View of U. Strategic Doctrine-Jonathan Samuel Lockwood Soviet perceptions of American strategic doctrine have influenced then-use.

Cite this chapter as: Ermath F. () The Evolution of Soviet Doctrine. In: Oneill R. (eds) Doctrine, the Alliance and Arms Control. International Institute for. This book, first published inis a key analysis of the guiding policies, basic assumptions, fundamental principles and methods of the Red Army, in many respects.

Chomsky, Noam (): A View from Below, in Hogan, Michael J. (ed. ), The End of the Cold War. Its Meaning and Implications, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. This thesis examines Soviet naval doctrine. A summary of pre-Soviet naval doctrine sets the historical context for Soviet naval doctrine.

From the outset, and in. Strategic doctrine remains a work in progress. For the United States, such doctrine must soon coalesce into a flexible, timely and purposeful framework of. Soviet military doctrine continues to be predicated on the assumption that if a general nuclear war should occur, all elements of the armed forces would contribute Cited by: V.

Savkins The Basic Principles of Operational Art and Tactics (A Soviet View), published inoffers an overview of Soviet doctrine development, the. Anderson, Orville A.

Development of US Strategic Air Doctrine European Theater of Operations World War II, ACSC Lecture, SeptemberAU Library M-UA On March 23 rd,President Ronald Reagan announced the Strategic Defense Initiative, signaling a massive paradigm shift in U. policy on nuclear policy. Dubbed.

Moreover, to show that when the revolution in military affairs (RMA) of nuclear weapons occurred strategic bombing was adopted. Additionally, that even as strategic. China's Strategic View. Although the militant rhetoric of past decades has abated, the leadership of the People's Republic of China (PRC) is profoundly dissatisfied.

Book Description. This book explores how the reforms and political currents sweeping through Soviet society relate to the indications of change in the Soviet.

In its major review of the US national security policy in Aprilthe National Security Council rejected the idea of preventive war that is a war deliberately. While Soviet leaders now assert that their military doctrine has a purely defensive character, a re­view of Soviet publications suggests otherwise.

Throughout. During the first roughly 20 years after the war, the United States had a strategic nuclear advantage over the U. At the turn of the 70's, the defensive. Gulf War Forces Change in Soviet Defense Doctrine May 6, By Mary C.

FitzGerald Mary FitzGerald is a research fellow in the Washington office of the Hudson. These first-strike plans developed by the Pentagon were aimed at destroying the USSR without any damage to the United States.

The Dropshot plan envisaged that. Review Book - Red God of War, Soviet Artillery and Rocket Forces. Red God of War is not surprisingly a book that focuses on the history and development of the.

Soviet Operational Art, Paramet no. 1 (Spring ): 46; and David M. Glantz, Soviet Military Operational Art: In Pursuit of Deep Battle (London: Frank. the th Chemical Company, U.

Army Reserve, prior to entering the the U. Military Academy. This paper represents the opinions of the author and should not be. By and large, through a variety of incarnations, the containment policy would remain the central strategic vision of U. foreign policy from until the ultimate. The military doctrine of the Russian Federation is a strategic planning document of the Russian Federation and represents a system of officially state adopted views.

In September ofI met with Russian general officers in Minsk at a military reform seminar. Our discussions took place against the backdrop of the August coup. How Russia Makes War: Soviet Military Doctrine - Ebook written by Raymond L.

Garthoff. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS. Ballistic Missile Submarines of the United States and the Soviet Union: A Comparison of Systems and Doctrine - Excellent History of SSBN, SSB, SLBM Missiles and.

The Strategic Defense Initiative was a U. missile defense program that played a very prominent role in the U. Soviet relationships in the s and is often. Libya and the new US strategic doctrine by Thierry Meyssan The allied military operation in Libya marks a major strategic change. Washington has renounced a war.

Review - Book, A History of Soviet Airborne Forces. Whilst the bulk of the book talks to the evolution of Soviet Airborne organisation and use throughout WW2, it .During the Cold War, most of the Soviet Unions aircraft carriers were either helicopter carriers or aircraft carrier missile-cruisers.

Why wasn’t there much of a .VUSb - The student will demonstrate knowledge of the United States foreign policy since World War II by explaining the origins of the Cold War: the Truman .