Meyer, Stephen M.
March 1994
New Republic;3/14/94, Vol. 210 Issue 11, p11
Highlights the impossibility of the reemergence of Russia as a world military power as of March 1994. Discussion on the political and economic weaknesses of the country; Capability of Russia to destroy any country; Condition of the military forces in the country; Actions that must be taken to revive the country' military power; Implications for U.S. foreign policy.


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