Glasnost and secrecy in the Soviet military
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Department of National Security Affairs.",,"1990-12","1990-12","Implementation of new arms control agreements with USSR requires reduction of Soviet secrecy. Important steps toward greater openness have been made by the Soviets. These steps, however, might be reversed by political instability in USSR.
NPS Report NumberNPS-NS-91-002
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