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Russia S Coastal Missile Shield Bal E And Bastion

Author : Hugh Harkins
ISBN : 1729845045
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The Bal-E and Bastion mobile coastal missile complexes, introduced to service with the Russian Federation in the second decade of the twenty first century, are new generation weapon systems designed to deny access to a potential enemy - in particular the NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organisation) alliance, which is perceived as the main threat to the Russian Federation - to Russia's vast coastlines, sea lines of communications, ports and naval bases. Bal-E and Bastion capabilities are complementary to each other and form two of the three surface based medium range and inner elements of Russia's overall defence in depth policy to counter NATO land attack cruise missile armed warships, aircraft carrier battle groups and amphibious assault groups threatening Russia's territorial integrity. This volume sets out to detail the Bal-E and Bastion complexes in domestic Russian service and extends to the stationary Bastion complex that has been developed and tested, but, as of 2018, remains un-fielded. All technical data relating to the respective weapon systems and their components have been provided by the respective design bureaus and manufacturers, as has much of the imagery and graphics, with additional impute from the MODRF (Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation). Whilst the use of an 'E' at the end of a specific Russian Federation weapon system designation often denotes an export standard, the use of the Bal-E designation is employed by the MODRF in reference to the domestic standard.
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The Transformation Of Russia S Armed Forces

Author : Roger N. McDermott
ISBN : 9781317618164
Genre : History
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At no time since the end of the Cold War has interest been higher in Russian security issues and the role played in this by the modernization of Russia’s Armed Forces. The continued transformation of its Armed Forces from Cold War legacy towards a modern combat capable force presents many challenges for the Kremlin. Moscow’s security concerns domestically, in the turbulent North Caucasus, and internationally linked to the Arab Spring, as well as its complex relations with the US and NATO and its role in the aftermath of the Maidan Revolution in Ukraine in 2014 further raises the need to present an informed analytical survey of the country’s military, past, present and future. This collection addresses precisely the nature of the challenges facing Russian policymakers as they struggle to rebuild combat capable military to protect Russian interests in the twenty-first century. This book was based on a special issue of the Journal of Slavic Military Studies.
Category: History

Grey And White Hulls

Author : Ian Bowers
ISBN : 9789811392429
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book undertakes an in-depth examination of the diversity in international approaches to the navy-coastguard nexus. It considers the evolving global maritime security landscape and the emergence and proliferation of maritime law enforcement agencies—collectively referred to here as “coastguards”—performing peacetime constabulary duties alongside navies. Through a cross-regional study of various countries worldwide, including those in Asia and Europe, this book reveals that there is no one optimal, “one size fits all” organizational structure. Instead, there is a wide array of drivers that influence a nation-state’s maritime security architecture and its organizational approach to managing security at sea, or broadly speaking, securing its national maritime interests.
Category: Business & Economics

Katyusha

Author : Jamie Prenatt
ISBN : 9781472810885
Genre : History
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Although military rockets have been used since the Middle Ages, it was not until the Soviet Union pioneered the concept of Multiple Rocket Launchers (MRLs) in the late 1930s that they emerged as a decisive weapon. In the modern era, these Soviet/Russian Katyushas have served in combat in Afghanistan, Chechnya, and Georgia. Developed to fill the operational need for massed artillery fire support, the MRL possesses enormous destructive power and a devastating psychological impact. This New Vanguard provides a survey of Soviet and Russian Federation MRLs from the beginning of their development in 1941 to the present. It focuses on the history, design, and specifications of self-propelled ground MRL systems, but also covers towed, static, railway, and naval mounts. It highlights the many variants of the principal systems and include MRL unit tables of organization and equipment, information on MRL munition types, and coverage of dedicated MRL resupply vehicles.
Category: History

2014 Crisis In Ukraine Perspectives Reflections International Reverberations

Author : Karol Kujawa
ISBN : 9788393914173
Genre : Political Science
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This book is a collective attempt to present a wide-ranging picture of international attitudes towards the events currently ongoing in Ukraine. As some experts have already tended to claim, in 2014 this post-Soviet state lying in the Eastern part of the European continent has become a scene of the most serious geopolitical standoff since the end of the Cold war. It would be in place here to remind a well-known clear-cut maxim, formulated by Zbigniew Brzeziński in late 1990s and concerning Ukraine’s key role in shaping the Russian imperial self-identity: “Without Ukraine Russia ceases to be a Eurasian empire”. So what may readers expect to find in this book? It has been divided into two parts, reflecting the perspectives on Ukrainian crisis: first, the perspective of Ukraine’s close neighbours from Central Eastern Europe and Turkey; second, the perspectives of the global players like the EU, the US or China. We hope that such a publication focused on the above-mentioned problems and embedded in the actual reality will be useful both for professionals in the field of political science, as well as for those who have an influence on the shape of the foreign policy.
Category: Political Science

Time

Author : Briton Hadden
ISBN : UCR:31210015275157
Genre : Periodicals
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Reels for 1973- include Time index, 1973-
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Summary Of Intelligence

Author : United States. Army. A.E.F., 1917-1919. General Staff, G-2
ISBN : IND:32000009936420
Genre : World War, 1914-1918
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Category: World War, 1914-1918

The National Guardsman

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ISBN : UOM:39015078412080
Genre : United States
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Category: United States

5 Western Hometown Daily Newspapers

Author : Hometown Daily Newspapers of the West
ISBN : STANFORD:36105002115611
Genre : Advertising, Newspaper
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Category: Advertising, Newspaper

Page One

Author : New York Times
ISBN : 0883658097
Genre : History
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Reproductions of front pages from the New York Times provide a documented account of American and world crises and developments since the Paris peace treaty after World War I
Category: History

Arts Humanities Citation Index

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ISBN : UOM:39015064553210
Genre : Arts
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A multidisciplinary index covering the journal literature of the arts and humanities. It fully covers 1,144 of the world's leading arts and humanities journals, and it indexes individually selected, relevant items from over 6,800 major science and social science journals.
Category: Arts

The Forties

Author : Arleen Keylin
ISBN : IND:39000002105984
Genre : History
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Photographs and front pages from the New York Times combine to document American and international political, military, social, and cultural development during the 1940s and the decade of World War II
Category: History