1 edition of Soviet acquisition of militarily significant western technology found in the catalog.
Soviet acquisition of militarily significant western technology
|LC Classifications||UB271.R9 S65 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 34 p. :|
|Number of Pages||34|
|LC Control Number||86602173|
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Although the Soviet Union exploded a fission bomb in and announced the acquisition of a fusion (or hydrogen) bomb four years later, the United States still continued for a while longer to enjoy an effective monopoly on nuclear retaliation, since the Soviet Union lacked the means of delivering quantities of such bombs against U.S. territory. Acquisition of a militarily significant nuclear capability involves, however, more U.S. nuclear weapons technology is mature and might not have shown many more edition of a book originally published by Pennsylvania State University Press in File Size: 1MB.
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Soviet Acquisition of Military Significant Western Technology, an Update. This chapter sets forth the results of the panel's examination of the intelligence evidence, including some at high levels of classification, on the acquisition of sensitive Western technology, principally by the Soviet Union and its (former) Warsaw Treaty Organization (WTO) allies.
Statements by intelligence community officials 3 indicate that about 70 percent of the militarily significant technology acquired by the Soviet Union has been acquired through Soviet and East European intelligence organizations, using both overt and covert methods.
Most of the rest is acquired through legal purchases of equipment or data. The report, titled “Soviet Acquisition of Militarily Significant Western Technology: An Update,” began with a somewhat ominous preface: In recent years, the United States Government has learned of a massive, well-organized campaign by the Soviet Union to acquire Western technology illegally and legally for its weapons and military.
See Central Intelligence Agency, Soviet Acquisition of Western Technology (April ); Soviet Acquisition of Militarily Significant Western Technology: An Update (Washington, DC: US Department of Defense, September ); Philip Hanson, “New Light on Soviet Industrial Espionage,” Radio Liberty RL 36/86 (Janu ); and “Soviet Cited by: 3.
Files from US databases - much of them unclassified - were raided from the mids to the early s, according to the CIA analysis, called 'Soviet Acquisition of.
the continuing Soviet acquisition of technology from the West using all means at Moscow's disposal is one of the most complex and vexing issues confronting US oolicymakers. Soviet Acquisition of Militarily Significant Western Technology: An Update (CIA), September Learn More > Soviet Active Measures: An Update (Department of State), July “Soviet Acquisition of Militarily Significant Western Technology, an Update,” US Government (department unspecified), Septemberp.
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The continuing Soviet need for Western technology results directly from the weaknesses of its centralized, state-run, command economy. Much has been written about the inefficiencies of the Soviet economy which produces about half the American GNP using a larger workforce (and which now suffers from a labor shortage).
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The Soviet Union, without question, has opted to place emphasis on the acquisition of Western high technology as opposed to broad based indigenous research and development. This is because Western technology is superior to Soviet technology in most military : William H. Smits. Geography, climate and environment.
With an area of 22, square kilometres (8, sq mi), the Soviet Union was the world's largest country, a status that is retained by the Russian Federation.
 Covering a sixth of Earth's land surface, its size was comparable to that of North America.  The European portion accounted for a quarter of the country's area, and was the Capital: Moscow.
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