Soviet global strategy, long established and well understood by the Kremlin leaders, is to intimidate weak and fearful governments, exploit indigenous difficulties, disrupt social order, and promote communist revolutions. In this volume, European and American scholars describe the USSR's land and sea targets on and surrounding West Europe, where t
Table of Contents
Preface -- Introduction to Basic Soviet Geopolitics -- Nature of Soviet Global Strategy -- Soviet Conceptual Framework for the Development and Application of Military Power -- Political Dimension of Soviet Strategy -- Economic Dimension of Soviet Strategy -- Propaganda and Public Opinion in Soviet Strategy -- Terrorism in Soviet Strategy -- Global Correlation of Forces -- Southern Flank of NATO -- Northern Flank of NATO -- Soviet Political Strategy Toward the Federal Republic of Germany -- Resource War in Soviet Global Strategy
Ray S. Cline is Chairman of the United States Global Strategy Council.