ON ARMED FORCES REFORMING AFTER THE COLD WAR: THE U.S. GOVERNMENT VIEWS EVOLUTION
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ON ARMED FORCES REFORMING AFTER THE COLD WAR: THE U.S. GOVERNMENT VIEWS EVOLUTION
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Published
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Sergey Pechurov 
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19-30
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The article traces the positions of the American political and military establishment after the cold war on the trends of future shape of the U.S. Armed Forces.
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armed forces, military reforms, American government, Congress, administration of the president, military budget, defense transformation
Date of publication
11.06.2014
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