Rudderless in a Storm: The Russian Navy 1992-2002
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This paper traces the decline in Russian naval capability over the last decade. It discusses the extent to which the Navy has succeeded in remaining a "special case" in the reform process and its recent relationship with President Putin.
Rudderless in a Storm: The Russian Navy 1992-2002, Conflict Studies Research Centre, ISBN 1-904423-15-9, December 2002
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