A number of regional specialists in military relations examine the current state of the military in the states that comprised the former Soviet Union. They focus on the relationship between the military, politics and society.
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Civil-Military Relations in Russia and Eastern Europe By David J. Betz Routledge, 2004
Civil-Military Relations in the Soviet and Yugoslav Successor States By Constantine P. Danopoulos; Daniel Zirker Westview Press, 1996
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Independence without Chaos Russia and Former Republics Must Seek `Mutual Survival' By Jury Sigov. Jury Sigov is the of Wek weekly University of Maryland. The Christian Science Monitor, January 24, 1994