Transformation of the Russian Military

Led by Pavel K. Baev
Jan 1994 - Dec 2002



Book Chapter

Baev, Pavel K. (2011) Russia's Security Relations with the US: Futures Planned and Unplanned, in Stephen Blank, ed., Russian Nuclear Weapons: Past, Present, and Future. Carlisle Barracks, PA: Strategic Studies Institute (161–186).
Baev, Pavel K. (2011) The Continuing Revolution in Russian Military Affairs, in Lipman, Maria; & Petrov Nikolai, eds, Russia in 2020: Scenarios for the Future. Washington, DC: Carnegie Endowment for International peace (349–370).
Baev, Pavel K. (2011) The Russian Army as a Crumbling Keystone in the European Security Architecture, in Bertil Nygren, ed., The Russian Armed Forces in Transition. London: Routledge (200–225).
Baev, Pavel K. (2010) Neither Reform Nor Modernization: The Armed Forces Under and After Putin's Command, in Marc Galeotti, ed., The Politics of Security in Modern Russia. Farnham, England & Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing (69–88).
Baev, Pavel K. (2010) Military Reform Against Heavy Odds, in Åslund, Anders; Sergei Guriev; & Andrew Kuchins, eds, Russia After the Economic Crisis. Washington, DC: Pearson Institute for International Economics (169–186).
Baev, Pavel K. (2010) Russia in the Caucasus: Exploiting the Victory for Building a Position of Strength, in Nygren, Bertil; Bo Huldt; Patrik Ahlgren; Pekka Sivonen; & Susanna Huldt, eds, Russia on Our Minds: Russian Security Policy and Northern Europe. Stockholm: The Swedish National Defence College (157–176).
Baev, Pavel K. (2010) The Russian Military Campaign in the North Caucasus: Is Victory in Sight?, in Glen Howard, ed., Volatile Borderland: Russia and the North Caucasus. Washington, DC: The Jamestown Foundation (92–106).
Baev, Pavel K. (2010) The Targets of Terrorism and the Aims of Counter-terrorism in Moscow, Chechnya, and the North Caucasus, in Glen Howard, ed., Volatile Borderlands: Russia and the North Caucasus. Washington DC: The Jamestown Foundation (107–127).
Baev, Pavel K. (2010) The Russian Federation: Striving for Multipolarity but Missing the Consequences, in Graeme P. Herd, ed., Great Powers and Strategic Stability in the 21 Century. London: (117–136).

Popular Article

Baev, Pavel K. (2011) Putin Sends the 'What Reset?' Message to the West, Eurasia Daily Monitor, 17 October.
Baev, Pavel K. (2011) Sovetskii OPK umiraet no ne zdaetsya [Soviet MIC Dies but Surrenders Not], The New Times, 13 June.
Baev, Pavel K. (2011) Moscow Learns to Play by the Asia-Pacific Rules, Eurasia Daily Monitor, 14 February.
Baev, Pavel K. (2010) Флешка для аятолл [Memory Stick for Ayatollahs], The New Time, 6 December.
Baev, Pavel K. (2010) И это вам НАТО? [And this is NATO for you?], The New Times, 15 November.
Baev, Pavel K. (2010) "Рысь" готовится к прыжку ['Lynx' is bracing for a jump], The New Times (Moscow), 5 July.
Baev, Pavel K. (2010) Medvedev Struggles to Demonstrate Leadership in Combatting Terrorism, Eurasia Daily Monitor, 5 April.
Baev, Pavel K. (2010) Russia Finds Itself Passed its Security Prime, Eurasia Daily Monitor, 8 February.

Report - External Series

Baev, Pavel K. (2011) The Caucasus: A Hotbed of Terrorism in Metamorphosis, 0, 60. Paris: IFRI.
Baev, Pavel K. (2010) Russian Military Perestroika, US-Europe Analysis, 45. Washington, DC.
Baev, Pavel K. (2010) The Terrorism-corruption Nexus in the North Caucasus, PONARS Eurasia memo, 114. Washington, DC.
Baev, Pavel K. (2010) Russia's Arctic Policy: Geopolitics, Mercantilism and Identity-Building, FIIA Briefing Paper, 73. Helsinki.

Book Review

Baev, Pavel K. (2010) Review of Dominic Lieven, ed., Russia Against Napoleon: The True Story of the Campaigns of War and Peace, in Journal of Slavic Military Studies 23(4): 692–693.
Baev, Pavel K. (2010) Review of Cornell, Svante E.; & S. Frederick Starr, eds, The Guns of August 2008: Russia's War Against Georgia, in Slavic Review 69(4): 1043–1044.


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