Russian Military Expenditures

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Published on March 5, 2008

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Russian Military Expenditures in the War on Terror:  Russian Military Expenditures in the War on Terror Denis Volkov Saratov State University, 2005 Why should we investigate:  Why should we investigate We, the multinational people of Russian Federation… bear responsibility to our state before present and next generations Constitution of Russian Federation Source: Reasons for the research:  Reasons for the research Responsibility; Comprehensive and excessive state secret; The necessity to evaluate to make electoral decisions. Source: Sources of the research:  Sources of the research Budget acts of Russian Federation, 2001-2005 Annual President Address to Parliament, 2000-2004 Public speeches of Minister of Defense and Minister of Finance, 2004 the National Security Concept, 1997 RIA news, 2005 Source: Goals of the research:  Goals of the research Dynamic of Russian military strategy; Military budget analysis How Military budget increase affects national counterterrorist politics; How can we improve national counterterrorist politics Source: Official approach to the problem:  Official approach to the problem Highly professional resources are required to fight international terror within this country. Alexander Kudrin, September 15th 2004 Source: Budget Analysis:  Budget Analysis Dynamic of military budget growth, rub:  Dynamic of military budget growth, rub Source: Dynamic of military budget growth % previos budget:  Dynamic of military budget growth % previos budget Source: Budget analysis:  Expenditures on the National Defense program rose by 28.5%; 17.3% of the whole budget; National Defense + National Security rose by 41.2% National Defense + National Security bobbled the same index of the year 2004; 2005 budget – turning point in National Defense and Security budgeting Budget analysis Official perception of the terrorist threat:  Official perception of the terrorist threat Documents analysis Putin’s annual addresses to the Parliament 2000-2004 National Security Strategy Real steps analysis RIA news agency survey of the 2004 Source: Putin’s annual addresses to the Parliament, 2002:  Putin’s annual addresses to the Parliament, 2002 “After 9/11…many people understood that the Cold war is over… there are new threats now; there is another war – the war on international terror.” Vladimir Putin* Source: *Source: Official announcements of the last quarter of the 2004:  Official announcements of the last quarter of the 2004 1. Oct 20th – new testing of the “Topol-M” 2. Nov 4th – new testing of antiaircraft 3. Nov 29th – testing antimissile missile. 4. Nov 30th – Russian army will be supplied with 18 new T-90 Tanks in the 2005. 5. Dec 10th –test launch of the “Topol-M”. 6. Dec 17th –the program “Russian strategic interests” should be increased 7. Dec 20th –Two SS-18 Satan IBMs were launched. 8. Dec 24th – in the 2005 Russia will increase the number of its ballistic missiles both nuclear and conventional. Contradictions:  Contradictions Between the National Security Concept And the President’s annual addresses Source: What are the contradictions?:  What are the contradictions? President’s annual addresses: terrorism is the main foreign threat to Russian Federation National Security Concept: terrorism gets lost among many other threats Question: What is a priority? Finding: Budget and activity confusion Towards new National Security Concept:  Towards new National Security Concept New National Security Concept should clearly recognize terrorism as the main threat of modern Russia and put it in front of the other problems Source: Conclusions:  Conclusions 2005 unique military budget Contradictions in services’ activities More money is not enough New National Security Concept Source: Slide18:  THANK YOU! Source:

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