Soviet policies in the Indian Ocean area
The first publicised incursion of the Soviet Navy into the Indian Ocean was as recent as March-April 1968, though this was not the first time Soviet ships had entered the Ocean. The strength of the fleet is difficult to determine with any accuracy, but it is not such as to 'add up to a vast Soviet fleet cruising hungrily round the ocean.' Nonetheless, it does represent a new factor in the strategic situation in the region. In this study Dr Millar argues that for the indefinite future the Ocean...[Show more]
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