by Douglas L. Clarke NEARLY FOUR YEARS AFTER THE DISSOlution of the USSR, the Russian Federation has maintained or reestablished a significant military presence in almost every corner of the former Soviet Union. Following the failed attempt to replace the Soviet military structure with joint Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) armed forces, many of the […]

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