• Military Thought
  • 2005-12-31MTH-No. 004
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MILITARY POWER: THE NATURE, STRUCTURE, PROBLEMS

Author: V. V. KIRILLOV

Capt. 1st Rank V. V. KIRILLOV

Doctor of Political Science

The problem of military power has at all times been the focus of attention by the public and scientific and military circles in any country of the world. It is highly encouraging that modern Russia also gives it the attention it deserves. Recently, a large number of publications have emerged on the nature and content of military power, as well as the principal guidelines for its modernization and development. It is the view of the present author, however, that some of them misinterpret the concept "military power. "

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