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Soviet submarine operations in Swedish waters, 1980-1986

by Milton Leitenberg

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Published by Praeger in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Sweden,
  • Soviet Union,
  • Soviet Union.
    • Subjects:
    • Submarines (Ships) -- Soviet Union.,
    • Sweden -- Defenses.,
    • Soviet Union -- Military relations -- Sweden.,
    • Sweden -- Military relations -- Soviet Union.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementMilton Leitenberg ; foreword by Lawrence Freedman.
      SeriesThe Washington papers,, 128
      ContributionsCenter for Strategic and International Studies (Washington, D.C.)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsVA593 .L45 1987
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, 199 p. ;
      Number of Pages199
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2384371M
      ISBN 100275928411, 027592842X
      LC Control Number87013216

      The Soviets have conducted submarine operations in Swedish waters continuously since World War II. Although the evidence of these vio-lations of Sweden's territorial waters is incomplete, Swedish authorities indicate that "foreign" submarine operations were carried out at irregu-lar intervals between the s and the late s.   It was far from a one-off: Soviet submarines carried out operations in Swedish waters throughout the cold war, reaching a peak of aggression in the s. History may be repeating itself.

        During the s the Royal Swedish Navy conducted a number of prolonged and intense operations against suspected Soviet submarines in and .   In October , a diesel-powered Soviet submarine of the type known as Whisky class went aground and was stranded for 10 days near the Swedish naval base of Karlskrona, resulting in a .

      The Soviet Whiskey-class submarine W that ran aground in Swedish territorial waters near the naval base at Karlskrona in October , merely confirmed what the Swedish Navy had known all. Submarine Intrusions in Swedish Waters During the s (21 September ) The wording of the letter allowed the Politburo to claim that it had no knowledge of such military operations. Predictably, the Soviet Union rejected the allegation, especially as it had previously officially explained U’s appearance in the Blekinge.


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Soviet Submarine Operations in Swedish Waters, Issue of Praeger Security International Series Praeger special studies Washington papers, ISSN X: Author: Milton Leitenberg: Contributor: Center for Strategic and International Studies (Washington, D.C.) Publisher: Praeger, Original from: the University of Michigan.

: Soviet Submarine Operations in Swedish Waters: (The Washington Papers, No. Soviet submarine operations in Swedish waters (): Leitenberg, Michael: BooksCited by: 5. Soviet Submarine Operations in Swedish Waters, Praeger. ISSN X; Leitenberg, M. Studies of Military R&D and Weapons Development, Federation of American Scientists.

Milton Leitenberg (). "The Neutron Bomb and European Arms Control".Known for: published multiple works on arms control. Soviet submarine operations in Swedish waters, New York: Praeger, (OCoLC) Online version: Leitenberg, Milton. Soviet submarine operations in Swedish waters, New York: Praeger, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors.

Buy Soviet Submarine Operations in Swedish Waters: (Praeger Security International) by Milton Leitenberg (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. The submarine hunts or submarine incidents were a series of several incidents involving foreign submarines that occurred in Swedish territorial waters during the Cold War, attributed in Swedish media to the Soviet Union.

On Octothe Soviet submarine U became stranded deep inside Swedish waters. The Swedish Navy responded aggressively to these perceived threats. The Submarines in the Soviet Navy were developed by numbered "projects", which were sometimes but not always given names. During the Cold War, NATO nations referred to these classes by NATO reporting names, based on intelligence data, which did not always correspond perfectly with the : List of NATO reporting names for ballistic missile submarines.

After a Soviet Whiskey submarine was stranded in in the Swedish archipelago, massive submarine intrusions took place within Swedish waters – later described as the first Soviet military initiative against a Western European state since the Berlin crisis.1 After a dramatic hunt ina parliamentary commission stated that six Soviet.

He was subsequently affiliated with the Swedish Institute of International Affairs and the Center for International Studies Peace Program at Cornell University, and he has been a Senior Research Associate at CISSM since Rusting und Sicherheitspolitik (Nomos Verlag, ), and Soviet Submarine Operations in Swedish Waters Fig.

The Soviet view with regard to threats from Scandinavia according to a Russian publication from the s (private archives). Given Sweden’s importance to NATO’s defense of the Baltic exits and the Northern Flank, it is difficult to imagine that the US or the other NATO countries would politically jeopardize their contact with the Palme government by secretly violating our waters.

Following the stranding of a Soviet Whiskey-class submarine in on the Swedish archipelago, a series of massive submarine intrusions took place within Swedish waters.

However, the evidence for these appears to have been manipulated or simply invented. Classified documents and interviews point to covert Western, rather than Soviet activity.

His balanced and comprehensive reconstruction of the history of Soviet submarine operations in Swedish waters will benefit all students of Soviet policy and practice in Northern Europe. The accompanying discussions of the domestic and international political contexts within which those submarine operations were perceived, responded to, and.

The book first presents a comprehensive account of the overall incidence of violations, not only in Sweden but in other countries as well, between and The author then shows that the provisional, more exploratory stages of the operations in Sweden apparently began well before and have continued despite the Soviet Union's public Author: Michael Leitenberg.

Book Review WILHELM AGRELL Research Policy Institute, Lund University Milton Leitenberg: Soviet Submarine Operations in Swedish Waters, The Washington Papers/ New York: Praeger, 1.

THE SUBMARINE ENIGMA In October the Soviet W-class submarine U became stranded in the archipelago southeast of Karlskrona in southern.

Royal Navy submarine captains have also admitted to top-secret operations. Ola Tunander's revelations make it clear that the United States and Britain ran a "secret war" in Swedish waters. The number of Swedes perceiving the Soviet Union as a direct threat increased from per cent in to 45 per cent in Milton Leitenberg was trained as a scientist and began work in the field of arms control in Inhe was the first American recruited to work at the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI).

He was subsequently affiliated with the Swedish Institute of International Affairs and the Center for International Studies Peace Program at Cornell University. Out of Print - Try Used Books.

Soviet Submarine Operations in Swedish Waters, (Washington Papers, No ) Milton Leitenberg Hardcover / Published (Special Order) Soviet Submarine Operations in Swedish Waters, (Washington Papers, No ) Milton Leitenberg Paperback / Published (Special Order). The Soviets have conducted submarine operations in Swedish waters continuously since World War II.

Although the evidence of these violations of Sweden's territorial waters is incomplete, Swedish authorities indicate that "foreign" submarine operations were carried out infrequently and at irregular intervals during the s and into the late s.

The submarine went aground last Tuesday while navigating in the restricted waters about nine miles from a heavily guarded Swedish naval. Paperback or Softback.

Condition: New. Soviet Submarine Operations in Swedish Waters: Book. Seller Inventory # BBS More information about this seller |. Michael McGwire quoted in Milton Leitenberg, Soviet Submarine Operations in Swedish Waters – The Washington Papers/, CSIS (New York: Praeger, ).

This idea was also discussed earlier, for example by the Swedish Chief of Staff Curt Göransson in (see Magnus Petersson, ‘Brödrafolkens väl’ – Svensk–norska. A RAND Corporation report noted that the Soviet Union had "conducted submarine operations in Swedish waters continuously since World War II," but that after Swedish .1 Naylor and Leitenberg: Soviet Submarine Operations in Swedish Waters, Published by U.S.

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