War In Chechnya: Implications for Russian Security Policy
Arutiunov, Sergei A.
Belkin, Alexander A.
Shlykov, Vitaly V.
Averchev, Vladimir P.
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Features papers from the War in Chechnya Conference, which was held at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California on November 7 and 8, 1995. Includes discussions on the consequences of the war, the impact on civil-military relations, and the implications for military reform. Introductions and acknowledgements Mikhail Tsypkin. -- Ch. 1. Possible consequences of the Chechnya War for the general situation in the Caucasus. Sergei A. Arutiunov. -- Ch. 2. War in Chechnya: the impact on civil-military relations in Russia. Alexander A. Belkin. -- Ch. 3. The Chechen campaign. Pavel Felgenhauer. -- Ch. 4. The war in Chechnya: the implications for military reform and the creation of mobile forces. Vitaly V. Shlykov. -- Ch. 5. The Chechnya War and a crisis of Russian statehood. Vladimir P. Averchev.
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