"Three quarters of Russia's territory lies in Asia, east of the Ural mountains. The country's principal threats now come from Asian countries on its southern borders. Drawing on a wide variety of Russian language sources, this book provides the first substantial study of Russian military posture in the Asia Pacific since the collapse of the USSR."
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