Beyond the cult of the offensive

the evolution of Soviet/Russian strategic culture and its implications for the Nordic-Baltic region
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Ulkopoliittinen instituutti, Institut für Europäische Politik , Helsinki, Finland, Bonn, Germany
Offensive (Military science), Soviet Union -- Military policy, Russia (Federation) -- Military policy, National security -- Russia (Federation), Russia (Federation) -- Military relations -- Baltic States, Baltic States -- Military relations -- Russia (Federation), Baltic States -- Strategic aspects, Russia (Federation) -- Military relations -- Scandinavia, Scandinavia -- Military relations -- Russia (Federation), Scandinavia -- Strategic as

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Soviet Union, Russia (Federation), National security, Baltic States, Scandi

Other titlesEvolution of Soviet/Russian strategic culture and its implications for the Nordic-Baltic region.
StatementHenrikki Heikka.
SeriesProgramme on the Northern Dimension of the CFSP,, v. 10, Programme on the Northern Dimension of the CFSP (Series) ;, v. 10.
ContributionsUlkopoliittinen Instituutti (Finland), Institut für Europäische Politik.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsUA770 .H44 2000
The Physical Object
Pagination148 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4010622M
ISBN 109517691149
LC Control Number2001372429

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