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Conventional Armed Forces in Europe: Yesterday, Today… Tomorrow?.. (Part I)

Anatoly Anin, Rodion Ayumov

European security remains contingent on limitation of the military arsenals which make large-scale military conflicts in Europe possible, and on adequate controls and information exchange mechanisms. The Russian experts analyze the background of the original and adapted Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe (CFE), and summarize the ongoing debate on the future of conventional arms control in Europe.

Conventional Armed Forces in Europe: Yesterday, Today… Tomorrow?.. (Part I)


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SECURITY INDEX №3 (96), 2011

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