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The research is conducted in the framework of joint project of Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) and Atlantic Council (AC) on perspective of “mutual assured stability” model in Russia-U.S. strategic relations. The research was presented on Russian-US seminar “Russia-U.S. relations: new impetus to cooperation”, March 25, 2013.

The research is conducted in the framework of joint project of Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) and Atlantic Council (AC) on perspective of “mutual assured stability” model in Russia-U.S. strategic relations. The research was presented on Russian-US seminar “Russia-U.S. relations: new impetus to cooperation”, March 25, 2013.

Authors:
S.M. Rogov (Lead Author), Academician, RAS, Dr. of History; V.I. Esin, Ph.D. in Military Science, retired Colonel General; P.S. Zolotarev, Ph.D. in Technical Science, retired Major-General; V.S. Kuznetsov, retired Vice-admiral

On the Qualitative Transformation of Russian-American Relations on Strategic Issues, 600 Кб

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