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by Timothy J. Colton,Thane Gustafson

  • Author: Timothy J. Colton,Thane Gustafson
  • ISBN: 0691078637
  • ISBN13: 978-0691078632
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  • Language: English
  • Category: Politics & Government
  • Publisher: Princeton University Press (August 23, 1990)
  • Pages: 381
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Soldiers and the Soviet State: Civil-Military Relations from Brezhnev to Gorbachev ePub download

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Series: Princeton Legacy Library. One Perspectives on Civil-Military Relations in the Soviet Union. The purpose ofSoldiers and the Soviet Stateis to take a fresh look at the balance between civilian and military institutions in the Soviet Union. Gorbachev, who became general secretary of the Communist Party in March 1985.

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How much power does the Soviet military exert on the politics of the Kremlin? . Introduced by Timothy Colton's essay, "Perspectives on Civil-Military Relations," the volume discusses civil-military relations in relation to political change (Bruce Parrott), the KGB (Amy Knight), resource stringency and civil-military resource allocation (Robert Campbell), the defense industry (Julian Cooper), response to technological challenge (Thane Gustafson), social change (Ellen Jones), and consequences of external expansion (Bruce D. Porter)

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How much power does the Soviet military exert on the politics of the Kremlin? This is one of the most controversial questions in the study of the Soviet Union, here addressed by eight top Western specialists on Soviet politics and security policy. While the authors assert that the civil-military relationship has been less turbulent than often believed, they also point out that Gorbachev's reforms threaten the system of buffers that have until now shielded the military-industrial world from disruption and change.

Introduced by Timothy Colton's essay, "Perspectives on Civil-Military Relations," the volume discusses civil-military relations in relation to political change (Bruce Parrott), the KGB (Amy Knight), resource stringency and civil-military resource allocation (Robert Campbell), the defense industry (Julian Cooper), response to technological challenge (Thane Gustafson), social change (Ellen Jones), and consequences of external expansion (Bruce D. Porter). Gustafson has written a concluding chapter, "Toward a Crisis in Civil-Military Relations?"

Originally published in 1990.

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