“Continuity and Change in Soviet and Russian Grand Strategy”Mediterranean Quarterly (1998)
AbstractThe article argues that although Russia’s security policy appears to have gained flexibility in the use of means, it is intended at its core to effectuate the same ends as that of the Soviet Union. What is uniquely interesting in the post-Soviet Russian grand strategy is that it represents an impressive metamorphosis of the Soviet one within a context of continuity.
- Soviet Union,
- Great Powers,
- Grand Strategy,
Publication DateSpring 1998
Citation InformationEfstathios T. Fakiolas. "“Continuity and Change in Soviet and Russian Grand Strategy”" Mediterranean Quarterly Vol. 9 Iss. 2 (1998)
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