Military Persuasion in War and Policy: The Power of Soft

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Acknowledgments

I gratefully acknowledge Dr. James Scouras, Strategy Research Group, for his helpful suggestions on methodology and for making use of his models and data. He is not responsible for any arguments or opinions in this study.

I am grateful to Stephen Blank, Michael Crutcher, William Flavin, and James Holcomb of the U.S. Army War College, Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania, for their insights into Russian nuclear arms control and defense policy. I am also very much in debt to Lester Grau, Jacob Kipp, Graham Turbiville, and Timothy Thomas of the Foreign Military Studies Office, U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, Ft. Leavenworth, for their knowledge of Russian security policy and military history. I am especially grateful to David Glantz, editor, Journal of Slavic Military Studies, for his suggestions and his encouragement to pursue contemporary issues of Russian military strategy in their historical context.

I owe considerable thanks to Raymond Garthoff and Richard Ned Lebow for sharing their insights into the Cuban missile crisis.

I acknowledge with special gratitude Pavel Baev, PRIO, for his helpful suggestions and critiques of draft studies on Russia's war in Chechnya. I am also grateful to Charles Dick and to Michael Orr, Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst, for their insights on this topic.

I am especially grateful to Robert David Steele, CEO of Open Source Solutions, Inc., for his uncommon insights into the intelligence process and innovative thinking about security issues in general. Paul

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