9 August 1996 CREATING NATIONAL ARMIES FROM THE remains of the Soviet military machine is one of the greatest challenges facing the newly independent former Soviet republics. The stresses of the “triple transition,” in which those new states must simultaneously create political and economic systems while forging national identities, have greatly complicated the process of […]

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