Putin's Wars is an accessible overview of the conflicts in which Russia has been involved since Vladimir Putin became president of Russia in 2012. But it also looks more broadly at his recreation of Russian military power and its expansion to include a range of new capabilities, from mercenaries to operatives in a relentless information war against Western powers. A new history of how Putin and his conflicts have reshaped Russia, including his devastating invasion of Ukraine.
From Chechnya to Ukraine
Umfang: 384 S., 16 farbige Bildtaf.
Format in cm: 3.2 x 24.1 x 16.3
Einband: gebundenes Buch
Erschienen am 10.11.2022