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14 May, 2009 06:48

“There is no nuclear deterrence in Russia’s new strategy”

Russia’s new strategy for national security is moving away from relying on nuclear weapons as the main means of military deterrence, points out political analyst Vladimir Kozin.

Rather, a holistic approach on preventing aggression against Russia is being taken, where the nuclear arsenal is but one element, along with diplomatic efforts, economic measures, intelligence and others.