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The new Soviet military doctrine and the future of the Maritime Strategy

William Bradley Walker

The new Soviet military doctrine and the future of the Maritime Strategy

by William Bradley Walker

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Published by Naval Postgraduate School, Available from the National Technical Information Service in Monterey, Calif, Springfield, Va .
Written in English


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This thesis examines the continued applicability of the bastion concept as a basic assumption of the Maritime Strategy with respect to the new Soviet military doctrine. The methodology employed involves an examination of Soviet literature, naval hardware, and exercise/operating patterns to determine if there has been a shift in the Soviet emphasis upon protecting the SSBN force. The results show that even though the Soviets have made certain changes in the political aspects of their military doctrine, they will most likely continue to emphasize the protection of the SSBN as the primary mission of the Soviet Navy in the event of a war. In fact, as the numbers of strategic nuclear warheads are reduced by future arms control proposals, such as START, the Soviets will probably consider the protection of the SSBN force to be more important than in the past. Theses. (fr)

Edition Notes

Statementby William Bradley Walker
ContributionsNaval Postgraduate School (U.S.)
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 228 p. :
Number of Pages228
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25480381M

Jun 01,  · Military and Political Policy: Maritime Strategy vs. Coalition Defense one is a maritime supremacy strategy which tacitly acknowledges Soviet military predominance on the Eurasian landmass and stresses U.S. exploitation of the medium which we can most readily dominate-the sea. The chief factor impelling the United States toward a new Cited by: 1. Jun 20,  · Given the role of maritime trade for the economies of these three powers it is no surprise that navies are an important part of their military budgets. But maintaining old and ordering new warships is not everything. The shape of naval force employment is dependent on doctrine and strategy.

principles of maritime strategy to establish policy based upon an approach founded on the functions of the Navy. This paper proposes that the Navy must redefine and re-aggregate its strategic concepts of power projection, sea control and forward presence around Corbett’s principles of maritime strategy in planning its future fleet. He also investigates the influence of Soviet naval strategy and ancient Chinese military thought on the PLA Navy’s strategic culture, contending that China’s increasingly capable submarine fleet could play a key role in Beijing’s use of force to resolve the Taiwan issue.

The book analyzes Soviet thinking on deterrence and war prevention in the "pre-Gorbachev" period, examines the "new thinking" of and its effect on Soviet military doctrine, and finally lays a foundation for rethinking U.S. policy in the new era of U.S.-Soviet relations. Garthoff does not attempt to hide his opinions. Russian Federation, the Maritime Doctrine of the Russian Federation for the period until , Strategy for the Development of the Arctic Zone and National Security for the period up to and other strategic documents planning.!! 5. The Military Doctrine reflects the commitment of the Russian Federation to use to.


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This thesis examines the continued applicability of the bastion concept as a basic assumption of the Maritime Strategy with respect to the new Soviet military doctrine. The methodology employed involves an examination of Soviet literature, naval hardware, and exercise/operating patterns to determine if there has been a shift in the Soviet Pages: Military Doctrine.

The Supreme Soviet of the Russian SFSR (as it was then) refused to approve the draft. A new military doctrine only entered into force in Novemberand was not made fully public; the summary released covered 21 of the 23 pages of the document.

Full text of "The new Soviet military doctrine and the future of the Maritime Strategy" See other formats. This study of Soviet military thinking over the last 75 years combines the perspectives of history and the social sciences to understand Soviet military doctrine, strategy, and behavior from the Bolshevik Revolution in to the coup attempt and revolution in authorized spokesmen in the former Soviet Union.

The development of new maritime aspects of Soviet and Rus-sian military doctrine and strategy must be interpreted in the context of the debate over doctrine and military reform that have been ongoing since To fully understand the evolving Rus Military doctrine is the expression of how military forces contribute to campaigns, major operations, battles, and engagements.

It is a guide to action, rather than hard and fast rules. Doctrine provides a common frame of reference across the military. It helps standardize operations, facilitating readiness by establishing common ways of accomplishing military tasks. Russian Maritime Doctrine - Moscow introduced a new naval doctrine in July The Arctic, the Atlantic and Crimea as well as cooperation with China in the Pacific are now among the most.

Soviet military leaders reveal the character of their military thinking and predict the basic characteristics of future Soviet military operations. According to the Soviets, their armed forces must: • Be fully prepared to accomplish the mission regardless of the conditions under which war begins or must be conducted.

Sep 25,  · festivous-ilonse.com: The Military Strategy of the Soviet Union: A History (Soviet (Russian) Military Theory and Practice) ( but to form part of the context for what will be in the future.

See the Best Books of the Soviet military boasts that they were creating a doctrine of "deep operations," what the West later dubbed 1/5(1). Soviet Military Encyclopedic Dictionary. 42 Military This book describes Putin and the military’s use of various strategic methods of approaching strategy, future war (focusing on new weapons and organizations), and geopolitics.

All three are important for foreign. Mar 30,  · "Toward a New Maritime Strategy is a masterful look at how our Navy thinks about, and creates, strategy.

This book belongs on the shelf of anyone interested in naval and maritime affairs, or the development of military strategy more broadly, both in uniform and civilian clothes/5(7). Jul 26,  · Russia’s New and Unrealistic Naval Doctrine. Dmitry Gorenburg The first is a sudden decline in the political-military situation leading to the use of military force in maritime areas holding strategic interest for Russia.

are singled out as the most critical geographic priorities for the Russian Navy’s future development. The. Russia’s new Military Doctrine is characterised by its close linkage of foreign and view of the relative “success” the strategy has enjoyed in the eyes of the Russian leadership, it must be assumed that they linear warfare” that Moscow may in future apply in other post-Soviet states.

NATO, and the European Union too, must find. Sep 11,  · Russia's new maritime doctrine Nikolai Novichkov, Moscow - IHS Jane's Defence Weekly 13 August Russian president Vladimir Putin announcing the country's new maritime doctrine as he attended a navy parade in Baltiisk, western Russia, on 26.

Russia’s Military Strategy and Doctrine is designed to educate Russia watchers, policymakers, military leaders, and the broader foreign policy community about the Russian Armed Forces and security apparatus across the full spectrum of geographic, doctrinal and domain areas.

Each chapter addresses a different strategic-level issue related to the Russian military, ranging from naval and. Hence, currently, the Russian Federation considers itself a new great power, after its Soviet phase, through a powerful, up-to-date and world-leading military apparatus, attentive to seal both the homeland and the areas of primary strategic interest for Russia.

We saw it in Syria, and we will soon see it in Libya and the rest of Africa. Maritime Doctrine of the Russian Federation for the period untilStrategy for the Development of the Arctic Zone of the Russian Federation and National Security for the period up to and other strategic documents planning.

The Military Doctrine reflects the commitment of. Russian Military Doctrine. The General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation announced the absence of prerequisites for starting a large-scale war in the period until [By Dmitry Filipoff] CIMSEC had the pleasure of asking The Honorable John F.

Lehman, Secretary of the Navy under the Reagan Administration fromquestions on his new book Oceans Ventured. Nov 24,  · The new strategy calls for the construction of new nuclear-powered icebreakers to allow access to the Arctic. Shipbuilding was largely abandoned after the fall of the Soviet Union.

Recently, Russia has begun a program of naval vessel building to supplement a program of naval vessel building to supplement and replace its aging Cold War era fleet.

Read this book on Questia. This study of Soviet military thinking over the last 75 years combines the perspectives of history and the social sciences to understand Soviet military doctrine, strategy, and behavior from the Bolshevik Revolution in to the coup attempt and revolution in The author discerns signs of compromise among these conflicting viewpoints, which suggest to him that the Soviet book reflects not a unified doctrine, but a temporary balance of views in a continuing debate, whose later phases are likely to bring further doctrinal modifications.

An analysis of the new Soviet book, [Military Strategy].Jul 19,  · Compared to the Soviet tradition, the current Russian military doctrine is much less focused on ground forces and their deployment, while there is more room for the strategic forces of the Navy and the Air Force.