By Laszlo Valki
Owing to the innovative adjustments in jap Europe and the Soviet Union, the hazard perceptions of the East and West have vanished. The members to this quantity file this social strategy and check out to spot a few of the new hazard perceptions that allows you to arise.
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Theatre reinforcement is vital to strategic stability because of the high rate of destruction and waste associated with modem combat. Without an adequate flow into theatre of fresh troops and equipment, one cannot sustain combat operations for any protracted period. NATO and Soviet reinforcements are both sensitive to timely arrival in theatre. Soviet military art and training have stressed the need for rapid and effective force generation in theatre. Continental geography has created an additional advantage for the Soviet Union.
Moreover, this military revolution, like the mechanisation revolution of the early 1930s, would have profound consequences for the economy and require a very different approach from Stalin's war economy. Recently, Soviet authors writing on the evolution of military art described the current situation in the following terms: New means of armed struggle have brought about a transformation in views simultaneously in all areas of military art. The accelerated development of the material-technical base, which the scientific-technical revolution has provoked, has sharply curtailed the period of changes which take place in military art.
27-8. For a more complete development of this position see Andrei Kokoshin, Alexander Konovalov, Valentin Larinonov and Valeri Mazing, Problems of Jacop Kipp 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 41 Ensuring Stability with Radical Cuts in Armed Forces and Conventional Armaments in Europe (Moscow: Novosti, 1989). Pal Dunay, Military Doctrine: Change in the East (New York: Institute for East-West Security Studies, 1990) p. 75. V. Lobov, 'Voyennaya refonna: Tseli, printsipy, soderzhaniye', Kommunist, no.
Changing Threat Perceptions and Military Doctrines by Laszlo Valki