Moscow and Long-intensity Conflict

International terrorism has formed an important part of Soviet strategy and tactics since the end of the 1960s. One of the purposes of this publication is to draw attention to the fact that low-intensity conflict has been a part of Moscow’s policy throughout the 70 years since Lenin’s coup d’état in 1917. Low-intensity conflict can be described as a political-military struggle to achieve political, social, economic or psychological objectives. It differs from conventional warfare in that there is no actual deployment of national armed forces, it is protracted, raging continuously over decades, and ranges from psychological and political warfare to terrorism, including assassination and kidnapping.
Naturally, the West must defend itself against the use of this type of warfare by Moscow and it’s surrogates in Havana, Managua, East Berlin and Prague, to mention but a few. As it is state-sponsored covert warfare, the main responsibility for protecting Western societies lies with our governments. The private sector can, however, play a significant role by informing Western public about the threat.


Додаткова інформація

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  • Тематика: Історія, Політика, Військо
  • Дата: 1989
  • Місце зберігання: Бібліотека Архіву ОУН в УІС - Лондон
  • Інвентарний номер: 280
  • Автор/укладач: Haggman B.
  • Місце: London
  • Видавництво: Ukrainian Central Information Service
  • ISBN: 0 902322 24 7
  • Кількість сторінок: 40
  • Наявність цифрової копії: Так
  • Фізичний стан: Задовільний
  • Спосіб створення: Друк
  • Спосіб відтворення: Оригінал
  • Колекції
  • Газети
  • Книги
  • Журнали
  • Неперіодичні видання
  • Рукописи, машинописи
  • Альманахи

Про нас

The Ukrainian Information Service (UIS London) is an information bureau established in London during the 1970s as the successor of the Ukrainian Publishers. Originally, the aim of UIS London was the dissemination of factual information about Ukraine, in particular, Ukrainian politics, history and current affairs.

Since its inception, UIS London has liaised with government officials, think tank organisations, the mass media and charities working to raise the profile of Ukraine in the UK and strengthening bilateral relations.

The collection of documents, related to this activity, formed the foundations of the archives, situated on this web-site.

Although the nature of work UIS London undertook altered after Ukrainian independence, the basic tenets of promoting, advocating and strengthening Ukraine has remained.

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